Martin Cusack reviews Aubrey Malone’s daringly ambitious and panoramic overview of the history of film censorship.
Ciara O’Brien recommends Pierre Assouline’s stunning biography ‘Hergé: The Man Who Created Tintin’ – a must for all comic fans.
Nicola Marzano finds a lot to admire in Marja Warehime’s accomplished study of the life and career of the anti-conformist director.
Tom Ryall’s indispensable study of Anthony Asquith’s career, which seemed to run in a sort of strange, reverse parallel with the development of film form itself.
John Hill explores the crossing of the boundaries between Loach, the television director, and Loach, the film director.