In this month's column, Lynden Barber surveys a beautiful yet brutal slave drama and a well-crafted thriller.
Lynden Barber surveys a trio of female-led stories in long-form television, both streaming and free-to-air.
Lynden Barber surveys British heritage TV and the continuing fascination with the world of Jane Austen.
In this month's column, Lynden Barber praises the storytelling efficiency of TV comedy and examines a film with a Maori theme.
Lynden Barber celebrates Latin American cinema with Chile’s Ema and Argentina’s Heroic Losers.
Lynden Barber turns to France in his latest column, spotlighting the fourth season of Call My Agent! and the film My Donkey, My Lover & I.
It’s certainly harder to justify regular visits to the multiplex when new feature films and serials of quality crop up on the various streaming services, writes Lynden Barber in his latest column.
This month, Lynden Barber reviews the Netflix series Delhi Crime, based on a real, brutal crime committed in 2012, and the droll UK series Detectorists.
With so much great material for TV streaming viewers to choose from, the conundrum is how to navigate the oversupply, says Lynden Barber in his latest column.
This month, Lynden Barber reviews the film Misbehaviour about a feminist protest against the 1970 Miss World contest, starring Keira Knightley, and the Netflix series The Queen’s Gambit, starring Anya Taylor-Joy as a competitive chess player.