Edgar Wright directs the form-pushing documentary about the legendary Los Angeles pop duo.
After his next English-language project, he’ll return to Korea for the sea creature-based cartoon fantasy.
Cannibals! Nazis! Cannibal Nazis! Our definitive guide to the most notorious movies ever made.
Ted Kotcheff’s visceral, queer-coded descent into one man’s personal hell refuses to adhere to expectations.
By Simon Bland
Directors Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson reflect on the cultural afterlife of their 2001 computer animation.
Co-directors Anna Rose Holmer and Saela Davis are preparing a follow-up to 2015’s The Fits.
Abigail Breslin and Camille Cottin also star in the latest drama from Spotlight director Tom McCarthy.
Tom Hardy is back as everyone’s favourite quasi-schizophrenic vigilante crimefighter.
By Anton Bitel
Yasuzô Masumura’s Giants and Toys from 1958, about rival confectionary companies, shows a nation in flux.
The 26-minute mood piece captures the majesty of the dance company for their Spring Gala.
Now that Paddington 2 is officially the greatest film of all time, what other classics might benefit from his inclusion?
Read an exclusive extract from the new BFI Classics book on Isao Takahata’s seminal 1988 anime.
In celebration of Kelly Reichardt, one of America’s greatest working filmmakers, and her extraordinary new film.
Virginie Efira, Lambert Wilson and Charlotte Rampling lead Paul Verhoeven’s Cannes-bound drama.
His posthumous swan song Twilight of the Dead may soon enter production.
Andrew Fleming’s 1996 film offers a spellbinding blend of Wiccan rituals and high school politics.
By Arun AK
The famed filmmaker was also a gifted composer, often blending Indian and Western classical music.