Harry Windsor

Harry Windsor
Harry Windsor is a critic for The Hollywood Reporter and the former editor of Inside Film.



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A French Western? Jacques Audiard on ‘The Sisters Brothers’

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The celebrated director explains how he made a Hollywood staple his own

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‘The Old Man and the Gun’ and the outlaw Robert Redford

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David Lowery’s new film pays too much tribute to the Sundance Kid

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‘Custody’ finds the terror in the everyday

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Director Xavier Legrand and actor Denis Ménochet discuss making their acclaimed thriller

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Manly men get moody in ‘Mile 22’

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Mark Wahlberg and director Peter Berg flirt with worldly cynicism in this action thriller

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‘The Alienist’: a gripping but imperfect thriller

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Forensic psychology powers this lavish series, but is one of its less interesting features

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‘A Quiet Place’, where silence means survival

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John Krasinski’s latest film summons terror from the everyday

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‘Ready Player One’: a candy-coloured lesson on VR’s dangers

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Spielberg has principles, and if you don’t like them, he has others

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‘Early Man’ returns Aardman to its roots

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The studio’s founders discuss prehistoric soccer and their history in Hollywood

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‘The Workshop’: teen angst in a post-Charlie Hebdo France

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Laurent Cantet’s new film explores the lure of political extremism for the young and bored

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