The Colour Of Pomegranates

At this year’s International Film Festival Rotterdam, Port talked to Daniel Bird about never before seen outtakes from Parajanov’s poetic masterpiece – The Colour of Pomegranates

10,000 Hours: Anna Karina

No single figure represents the Nouvelle Vague – the period of intense, dynamic creativity in French cinema in the 1960s – better than Anna Karina

Mastroianni

Thea Hawlin looks back at the life and work of Marcello Mastroianni, the shape-shifting film icon

Peckhamplex: Social Cinema

The chairman of London’s favourite cinema, Peckhamplex, reflects on community, authenticity and independence

The Clock

Christian Marclay’s cinematic meditation on temporality and mortality continues to entrance audiences at Tate Modern

Jack Bond: An Artist’s Eyes

The legendary documentarian on his latest film, capturing outsider genius, and the importance of living life without limits

Julian Rosefeldt: An Artist’s Manifesto

Port speaks to director and artist Julian Rosefeldt about his film Manifesto, a meditation on modern artistic manifestos in which Cate Blanchett plays 13 different characters

Interview: Arnaud Valois

Port meets the reluctant actor whose understated talent owes as much to a passion for holistic therapy as it does to stage school

Meet Me in the Gap: the Orlando Chair

In this short film presented by Port and GAP, Sheridan Coakley, the founder of design company SCP, and ceramicist Reiko Kaneko discuss their first furniture collaboration

A Life of Crime: Mike Hodges

Port meets screenwriter and novelist Mike Hodges, the writer and director of Get Carter, to discuss his three new crime noir novellas

The Vision of Dries Van Noten

An intimate documentary directed by Reiner Holzemer follows a year in the life of the Belgian designer as he reveals the creative process behind four collections

Celebrating Carlo Di Palma

One of the modern masters of cinematography and his extraordinary work for directors such as Woody Allen, Elio Petri and Michelangelo Antonioni is the subject of an enlightening new documentary

An Illustrator Revisits ‘The Graduate’

Artist and illustrator Rory Kurtz discusses movie posters, the magic of memory and his approach to creating new artwork for the 50th anniversary of the 1967 film starring Dustin Hoffman

The Power of Science Fiction

A new genre-defining exhibition at the Barbican proves the enduring appeal of science fiction and its sub-genres lies in its ability to throw up questions about the past, present and future of the world we live in

Rethinking Architecture on Film

To coincide with London’s first Architecture Film Festival, we look at three films from this year’s programme that reframe the relationship between architecture and cinema

The Story of Slow TV

How filming a seven-hour train journey launched the Slow TV movement and became a Norwegian broadcasting phenomenon

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Ethan Hawke: Boyhood to Fatherhood

In our new print issue, we meet an actor firing on all canons as he relishes a new, more distinguished, chapter in his life