Features

A new film captures the intimate drama of pregnancy

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

The New Man offers a refreshingly honest look at what it means to bring life into the world.

Pablo Larraín’s Neruda gets a magical new trailer

By Dan Einav

The Jackie director returns to his cultural roots with a biography of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda.

Killing Ground – first look review

By Ed Gibbs

There’s shades of Straw Dogs and Deliverance in this effective Aussie backwoods horror.

What can we expect from Kristen Stewart’s directorial debut?

By Dan Einav

The Certain Women and Personal Shopper star has described her short film Come Swim as ‘masochistic’.

The Discovery – first look review

By Ed Gibbs

Jason Segel and Rooney Mara are an unlikely central pairing in this low-key sci-fi about the discovery of an afterlife.

Discover the strange legacy of this cross-border ’70s classic

By Anton Bitel

Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia has inspired everything from Barton Fink to Swiss Army Man.

Lost Highway at 20 – In praise of David Lynch’s eerie LA neo-noir

By William Carroll

The cult director’s peek behind the curtain of this iconic American city reveals the horrors within.

The Sound and the Fury – 25 years of Tarantino

By James Luxford

It’s a quarter of a century since Reservoir Dogs changed cinema forever. But how has its maker evolved over the years?

Watch Anne Hathaway control a Kaiju in the Colossal trailer

By Dan Einav

The actor flexes her comedic muscles in Nacho Vigalando’s upcoming monster movie.

Woody Harrelson’s Lost in London was a crazy, compelling triumph

By Elena Lazic

The actor/director has delivered a unique ‘live cinema’ experience.

Logan gets a lung-bustingly violent new trailer

By Adam Woodward

Wolverine is back for one last ride... and he’s bought a friend along with him.

Martin Scorsese is producing a documentary about The Grateful Dead

By Dan Einav

Ari Bar-Lev’s portrait of the legendary US rockers is set for release this year.

Hollywood’s lack of Asian-American representation, and how to fix it

By Greg Noone

The hosts of the Asian Oscar Bait podcast discuss the need for greater diversity on screen.

Watch Cate Blanchett play 13 characters in the Manifesto trailer

By Dan Einav

The Australian actor assumes multiple guises in Julian Rosefeldt’s conceptual feature.

How Pumping Iron set the stage for Arnold Schwarzenegger

By Greg Evans

The Hollywood icon shows off more than his imposing bulk in this astonishing ’70s bodybuilding doc.

Meryl Streep’s five best performances

By Manuela Lazic

Following her recent lifetime achievement award, we revisit some of the defining roles from a truly remarkable career.

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