The Great British Bake Off’s move from the BBC to Channel 4 last year shocked the nation. But this charming, homely trailer for the new version of the TV baking show will probably reassure fans that it’s still worth watching in its new home.
Director Noah Harris and animator Andy Biddle have created a surreal set of films for record label Village Green using second-hand objects bought at flea markets and car boot sales. Harris and Biddle used found objects – including gemstones, skulls and a deer hoof – to create colourful stop-motion films for the London-based label. Each […]
Following on from his Détour short film shot on an iPhone 7 Plus, Gondry shares his tips for stop motion, slo-mo and more in a series of short clips for Apple
Shynola’s opening credits for the Netflix series – a drama inspired by 1980s TV show Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling – are a modern take on title sequences from the era
As degree season kicks off, CR will be visiting as many graduation shows as is humanly possible and bringing you our highlights of each. To begin, here is our five picks of work from the Manchester School of Art show.
For the launch of its call for entries to discover the best in creative self-portraiture, the Berlin group has commissioned 12 artists to each create their own character selfie
From books and comics, to TV and cinema – how we engage with science fiction has influenced how we think about the future, the Barbican’s vast new survey suggests
From the elegant landscapes of Disney fairytales to the urban backdrops of Japanese anime, the scenic art of the animated film remains an under-appreciated medium. Two new exhibitions aim to change that