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Adam Woodward

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United Kingdom

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Past articles by Adam:

Babylon turns the spotlight on 1920s Los Angeles architecture

Production designer Florencia Martin on the real-life locations in Damien Chazelle’s Hollywood epic → Read More

The Eurotrash guide to Jean-Luc Godard

The late French New Wave icon was affectionately sent up on the cult 1990s late-night show. → Read More

'Don’t Worry Darling' is an eerie ode to Palm Springs’ mid-century style

Its modernist architecture takes on a starring role → Read More

Thor: Love and Thunder review – This sub-franchise has lost its magic

Taika Waititi returns to the MCU five years after Thor: Ragnarok with a disappointing sequel sorely lacking in charm and imagination. → Read More

Benediction review – A mournful, magnificent ode of remembrance

Terence Davies explores the complex and tragic life of World War One poet Siegfried Sassoon in this elegant biopic. → Read More

Vortex review – Equal parts absorbing and agonising

An elderly Parisian couple struggle with the trials of ageing in Gaspar Noé’s miserable but intriguing new film. → Read More

Why Videodrome feels more relevant today than ever

David Cronenberg’s erotically-charged social satire is a cautionary tale for the internet age. → Read More

The Batman review – Plenty of R-Batz for your buck

Robert Pattinson’s grunge prince vows to wash the scum off Gotham’s streets in Matt Reeves’ noirish detective thriller. → Read More

Halloween Kills review – Slasher sequel doesn’t exactly slay

Michael Myers runs amok once more in director David Gordon Green’s strangely lacklustre slasher sequel. → Read More

No Time to Die review – Daniel Craig’s last hurrah is Bond by numbers

Daniel Craig’s last dance as a Double-O agent brings the present chapter of the long-standing spy saga to a sentimental close. → Read More

Watch: Stephen Park breaks down his Fargo character

The real-life Mike Yanagita tells the story of one of the most memorable scenes in the Coen brothers’ filmography. → Read More

Censor review – Immersive throwback to Video Nasty era

A film censor goes i search of her missing sister in Prano Bailey-Bond’s razor-sharp, retro-styled horror satire. → Read More

Watch the world exclusive trailer for The Most Beautiful Boy in the World

The star of Luchino Visconti’s Death in Venice reflects on his life in this melancholy documentary. → Read More

The Human Factor review – Essential doc on the Israel-Palestine conflict

The inside story of America’s futile attempts to broker peace in the Middle East makes for fascinating viewing. → Read More

Cherry review – A sure-fire bomb from Anthony and Joe Russo

Tom Holland’s junkie GI goes to hell and back in the Russo brothers’ failed attempt at serious filmmaking. → Read More

The story behind The Grand Budapest Hotel’s ‘Boy with Apple’ painting

Artist Michael Taylor reveals how he created the “priceless” artwork at the centre of Wes Anderson’s film. → Read More

Pelé review – A measured portrait of one of the game’s greats

This authorised look at the life of the Brazilian icon reveals more about the man than the footballer. → Read More

How David Fincher’s ‘Mank’ emulated Hollywood’s Golden Era

Production Designer Don Burt reveals the secrets of the film’s authentic rendering of a bygone Los Angeles → Read More

10 real-world locations from David Lynch's film catalogue

From Snow White Cottages to Frank Lloyd Wright landmarks → Read More

A new version of The Magnificent Ambersons restores Welles’ vision

Lost scenes from the director’s ill-fated second feature are being reconstructed with animation, as filmmaker Brian Rose explains. → Read More