Their feature-length western will screen in competition alongside new works from Luca Guadagnino, Jennifer Kent and Alfonso Cuarón.
Claire Denis and Barry Jenkins will present their latest work when the festival kicks off on 6 September.
Steven Spielberg’s World War Two drama brought me closer to my grandfather, who survived the D-Day landings.
By Thomas Hobbs
This forgotten 2001 horror set in an abandoned asylum offers a pertinent look at a modern issue.
By Nathan Smith
There’s a sly satiric message at the heart of Joe Dante’s 1998 tale of action figures running amuck.
The writer/director will be hoping to use the festival as a launchpad for next year’s Oscars.
By Emma Fraser
From peak Amy Adams to the return of Matt Groening, these are the series you can’t afford to miss this summer.
By Thomas Curry
The award-winning documentary filmmaker discusses her latest chronicle of capitalist America, Generation Wealth.
By Anton Bitel
Shot in a real abandoned asylum, Richard Friedman’s gore-fest shows a subgenre in microcosm.
From Alfred Hitchcock to Fritz Lang, the process of creating women has long been an obsession of cinema’s greatest male creators.
By Henry Bevan
Superheroes don’t just exist to save the day, as Brad Bird’s animation sequel proves.
In her new Netflix special, the Australian comic refuses to play by the rules of stand-up comedy.
After reviving several franchises and ‘remaking’ Die Hard with Skyscraper, what else could Hollywood’s biggest star bring back?
By Walter Murch
The editor of The English Patient contemplates the future of the English game.
The festival’s 62nd edition kicks off with the international premiere of the British director’s fourth feature.
By Adam Scovell
Revisiting the iconic director’s work every 10 years, from Too Much Johnson to Touch of Evil.
My late childhood was moulded by movies that seem increasingly problematic when viewed today.
Olivia Colman, Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz star in the writer/director’s farce-ridden latest.