Greg Wetherall

‘Mainstream’ review: Gia Coppola’s buzzy social media send-up

Can Andrew Garfield like, share and Instagram his way to viral happiness?

‘Nowhere Special’ film review: a heartbreaking and humble story of fatherhood

James Norton puts in a reputation-bolstering turn as a terminally ill single dad

‘The World To Come’ review: love overcomes loss on the American frontier

An exquisite exploration of same-sex relationships in the Old West

‘Nomadland’ review: moving road movie plays like a Bruce Springsteen song

Frances McDormand's Fern and the Boss share a love of life out in the open

‘Robin’s Wish’: what the new documentary tells us about Robin Williams’ final days

Director Tylor Norwood walks us through his revelatory film

‘Pieces Of A Woman’ review: bruising domestic drama suffers from Shia LaBeouf’s ill-timed presence

Vanessa Kirby's awards-worthy performance is overshadowed by her co-star's recent abuse scandal

‘I Am Greta’ review: an inside look at one girl’s fight to save the world

This is what it's really like to have the planet's future resting on your shoulders

Stevie Nicks: “In Fleetwood Mac, Christine McVie and I were a force of nature”

On the eve of her new concert film, the Fleetwood Mac singer talks new solo material, Trump's response to COVID-19 and the chances of a 'Rumours'-era reunion

‘The Eddy’ review: moody, musical Netflix drama from the director of ‘La La Land’

Damien Chazelle's Paris-set series stars 'Moonlight' alum André Holland

‘The Assistant’ star Julia Garner: “#MeToo is so much bigger than Harvey Weinstein”

The 'Ozark' actress on why her new sexual assault drama is 2020's most vital movie