The festival’s 62nd edition kicks off with the international premiere of the British director’s fourth feature.
Brie Larson directs and stars in this free-spirited indie comedy about a woman in pursuit of a pet unicorn.
The director’s cut of this moving documentary is well worth catching on the big screen.
Charlie Hunnam and Rami Malek star in this serviceable but unnecessary remake of the classic prison camp drama.
Kelly Macdonald plays a technophobe with a penchant for solving puzzles in a drama whose pieces don’t quite fit together.
By Matt Turner
This year’s Sheffield Doc/Fest featured three profound tales of sporting triumph and tragedy.
From blockbusters like Interstellar and Rogue One, as well as various homegrown productions, cinema is now a vital part of the Icelandic economy.
This year’s festival offered liberating explorations of identity in Adina Pintilie’s Touch Me Not and Sebastián Lelio’s Disobedience.
There’s lots to look forward to at Sundance’s annual London showcase.
Jennifer Fox’s autobiographical debut makes for harrowing but essential viewing.
Matchbox Cineclub have programmed a weekend of strange and unseen cinema from around the world.
Brie Larson’s directorial debut and a special focus on American female filmmakers are among the highlights of the 72nd EIFF.
Films about Betty Davis, Ryuichi Sakamoto and Milford Graves were among the highlights of the 15th edition of IndieLisboa.
A thriller set in the 1970s world of Parisian porn tries to intellectualise its seedy story, but misses the mark.
This monumental new work from South Korean director Lee Chang-dong was well worth the eight-year wait.
Nadine Labaki’s Lebanon-set fable reveals the everyday heartbreak of child poverty.