Film Features

Director Erik Matti on the sequel to ‘On The Job’: “Yes, it’s an angry movie”

Nearly a decade after the first movie, Matti is back. The Pinoy filmmaker talks political angst and behind-the-scenes exclusives ahead of the hotly-anticipated release of ‘On The Job 2: The Missing 8’

Scorsese vs Netflix: can streaming regain its artistic integrity?

Marty says 'content' has devalued cinema – but digital platforms may change his mind yet...

‘Framing Britney Spears’: when will female stars get the duty of care they deserve?

It's the latest in a long line of documentaries that hold a mirror to the fragmented lives of too many women in the public eye

‘Framing Britney Spears’: 10 key takeaways from the gripping new documentary

What we learned about the pop star's past and if her conservatorship will end

Quark Henares and Diego Castillo on 10 years of ‘Rakenrol’: “It was made with so much love”

The duo look back on their 2011 feature film and love letter to Manila’s indie music scene, which is now streaming on Netflix

Christopher Plummer – 1929-2021: farewell to an acting great

The Oscar winner was a respected elder statesman of Hollywood – and a true gent

‘Midnight In A Perfect World’ director Dodo Dayao: “Genre films give you aesthetic wiggle room to literalise impossible ideas”

The Filipino filmmaker talks putting a different spin on stale horror tropes, not spoon-feeding the viewer and more

Why do the Golden Globes always get it so wrong?

Every year the glitzy awards unveil their nominations, and every year they are laughed out of Tinseltown

The biggest talking points from the Golden Globes 2021 nominations

Snubs, shocks and surprises – everything you need to know about this year's awards-tipped movies

The best Beatles biopics… ranked!

They're gonna put me in the movies...