Geoffrey Macnab

@TheIndyFilm
Geoffrey Macnab has been chief film critic for The Independent since 2013. He is also a senior correspondent at Screen International. His books include ‘Stairways to Heaven: Rebuilding the British Film Industry’ (2018), ‘Ingmar Bergman: The Life and Films of the Last Great European Director’, ‘Delivering Dreams: A Century of British Film Distribution’, ‘The Making of Taxi Driver’, ‘Searching for Stars: Stardom and Screen Acting in British Cinema’, ‘Screen Epiphanies’ and ‘J Arthur Rank and the British Film Industry’.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is a visual feast – review

JK Rowling has written a fantastically complicated screenplay for this ‘Fantastic Beasts’ sequel

Advertisement

Peterloo review: Mike Leigh's period drama has immediacy and anger

It will ensure that the bloody events in St Peter’s Fields nearly 200 years ago are put back on the radar of politicians, historians and cultural commentators alike

Been So Long review: A very likeable affair

The Camden-set musical has a sentimental and contrived plot line

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement