By Elena Lazic
Adina Pintilie’s Golden Bear winner comprises superficial images of unsimulated sex and people with disabilities.
Documentarian Lauren Greenfield speaks to the wealthy and the weary in this bold, personal meditation on money and obsession.
By Ian Mantgani
Josephine Decker returns with a commanding, emotionally bracing study of teenage psychosis.
Gus Van Sant reunites with Joaquin Phoenix for an oddball comedy-drama about disability and addiction.
By Matt Thrift
Steven Soderbergh’s unconventional iPhone movie is one of his strangest offerings to date.
A teenage girl on the cusp of adulthood begins to question what she wants out of life in this surprisingly nuanced Austrian drama.
Esteemed Norwegian director Erik Poppe dramatises the real-life mass shooting on the island of Utoya in this problematic thriller.
A sensitive portrait of a hesitant woman attempting to rediscover her lust for life makes for an assured feature debut from Marcelo Martinessi.
A love affair between Isabelle Huppert and Gaspard Ulliel fails to ignite a spark in this predictable psychodrama.
An Irish soldier exacts his revenge on those that have harmed his family in Lance Daly's bleak period thriller.
This charming little Swedish film about a jaded old toad detective and his plucky young mouse assistant makes for cosy viewing.
Rupert Everett dons three caps to write, direct and star in a dramatic imagining of Oscar Wilde’s untimely demise.
In their first feature-length directorial team-up, David and Nathan Zellner go west, with Robert Pattinson and Mia Wasikowska in tow.
Wes Anderson takes audiences on a journey to Japan in his new stop-motion feature about a 12-year-old boy and his missing dog.
Wes Anderson and his canine crew are headed to the 68th Berlinale.
Álex de la Iglesia’s frisky, single-set survival thriller from Spain loses its steam after an impressive opening act.
A solid docu-homage to the strung-out German synth-proggers and occasional film soundtrackers.