Martin Scorsese

Perhaps I should've seen another film, if I can't stomach what certain grown-ups do for a living. Maybe I'm an idealist, but I can assure you my rose-tinted spectacles came off for two hours. Never has a film captured the disgusting, murky world of banking so vividly.
Martin Scorsese directs the true story of New York stockbroker Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio). In 'The Wolf of Wall Street
The Counselor, directed by Ridley Scott, from a screenplay by Cormac McCarthy (No Country for Old Men), follows a lawyer (Michael Fassbender) who thinks he can dabble in the drug trafficking business, make a quick buck and jump right out.
Nicholas Hytner's Othello was so good I saw it twice. It's not the first time Sir Nick has wowed the critics. And I somehow doubt it will be the last. I perch comfortably outside his office, staring at black-and-white action shots of hit after hit: Adrian Lester in Henry V, Simon Russell Beale in Much Ado About Nothing, James Corden in One Man, Two Guv'nors. If there's such thing as a grammar of theatre, Hytner is fluent in it.
For the past 30-years, studios have been reluctant to throw big money at any kind of subject matter which doesn't involve superheroes, and people slowly walking away from massive explosions. This distrust of audiences' intelligence is of course nonsense.
Joel Kinnaman is an easy man to get hold of – just a phone call to his home in Sweden, where’s he’s enjoying the summer with
Ever wondered why certain directors have the same actors appearing in their films time and again? It might look suspiciously
Even Hollywood's most revered directors had to start somewhere. Many cut their teeth on short films. See how their styles
While we can't pretend that cracking Hollywood and becoming an A-list film director is the easiest of career paths, it can
Movie legend Martin Scorsese has joined the campaign to keep one of Britain's leading museums open. The director famous for