Leigh Singer is a freelance film journalist, filmmaker and screenwriter. Leigh studied Film and Literature at Warwick University, where he directed and adapted the world stage premiere of Steven Soderbergh’s ‘sex, lies and videotape’. He is the Deputy Editor of Film & Festivals online magazine, writes about film for Empire, The Times, The London Paper, The Big Issue, BBCi and Channel 4 online among others and has appeared on TV and BBC radio as a film critic.
As lesbian punk Diggy, the 21-year-old star of Sundance hit Dope plays a new kind of girl in the hood
A skateboarding blood-sucker, a killer romance – Ana Lily Amirpour’s refreshing flick takes a bite out of usual horror tropes
Keep an eye out for Gaspar Noé’s smutty return, a lesbian melodrama and a harrowing Amy Winehouse documentary
Watch an exclusive clip from Girlhood, a story about a tough girl gang in the Paris projects
With his life on film and his work in Selfridges, the fiercely independent punk artist and iconoclast tells us why he’s still not selling out
Three filmmakers share an exclusive clip of their hilarious films ahead of London's Comedy Film Fest
The former model with the peroxide crop shifts gears, portraying epileptic Lily in Electricity
Directing duo Edward Lovelace and James Hall share an exclusive clip revealing the intense struggle of the musician in the aftermath of a stroke
The Polish-born filmmaker talks about his haunting new mystery Ida, his tragic break from movies and, er, the merits of ‘Barbie Girl’
Gravitating away from reality is The Congress – half live-action, half animation. We dig into the warped world of Israeli director Ari Folman
The blue-blooded director discusses founding The Directors Bureau, the importance of swapping creative ideas and his legendary father
The Spanish director's 10 year in the making docudrama follows three Latin American migrant teenagers on a journey to LA
An archive interview with the visionary director behind The Wind Rises, Spirited Away and Howl's Moving Castle
The star of the ‘The Double’ on the most interesting acting experience he's ever had
The 23-year-old actress tells us why she never goes anywhere without chaga mushrooms
The larger-than-life screenwriter tells us what drives him
to keep battling the system
The indefatigable truthseeking journalist on apartheid Australia and the consequences of drone war
The soulful filmmaker behind The Selfish Giant on Oscar Wilde and life on the teenage scrapheap
The guerrilla filmmaker picks the most definitive movie scripts from the last three decades
Directors, writers and actors: our top ten of London Film Festival's stars of tomorrow
Was Marilyn Monroe a feminist? The director of a new documentary weighs in
Hammer & Tongs's Garth Jennings picks schoolboy turned rising star Will Poulter
Cut & Wrapped: Studio Ghibli, a death doc and 50s horror make this week film must-sees
The director and lead go head-to-head on the subject of the London-centric new film
Gerado Naranjo picks Luis Bunuel's black comedy The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz
Cronenberg Jr chats to us about his cinematic gene and clinical black comedy, 'Antiviral'
The Dogme don on his explosive return movie – a portrayal of a persecuted school teacher chased into the ground
New York's Azazel Jacobs on why he keeps going back to Dennis Hopper's 1980's film
Producing his first ever film, the actor is reunited with Woody Harrelson in this corrupt cop thriller
Gabriele Muccino, the director of Will Smith's 'The Pursuit of Happyness', talks about Italian film history and his latest project, 'Senza Tempo'
Director Alex Gibney talks to Dazed Digital about his new documentary on the notorious wildman of journalism.