wed 25/05/2022

Ryan Gilbey

Bio
was named Reviewer of the Year in the 2007 Press Gazette Magazine Awards. He is the film critic of the New Statesman and also contributes to the Guardian and Sunday Times. He is the author of It Don’t Worry Me, about the American cinema in the 1970s, and a study of Groundhog Day in the BFI Modern Classics series.

Articles By Ryan Gilbey

Youth in Revolt

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Film: Crude

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Unmade Beds

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Cold Souls

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A Christmas Carol

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Film: Johnny Mad Dog

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Le Donk & Scor-Zay-Zee

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Film: The Soloist

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Film: Adventureland

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