Regardless of how filmmakers like Wes Anderson use translation, the boundaries between languages are not as fixed as they seem.
Bleak in outlook, feverish in tone, John Boorman’s brilliant crime noir remains an enigmatic outlier.
John Huston’s Fat City is not a straightforward underdog story.
Kelly Reichardt’s low-key anti-drama from 2008 offers a sobering look at poverty in small town USA.
Released 40 years ago, David Lynch’s lo-fi masterpiece is as weird and unsettling as ever.
As the nights draw in and the leaves turn it’s time to cosy up with these seasonal gems.
Released 15 years ago, Zacharias Kunuk’s snowbound epic raised awareness of Arctic culture.
Once deemed too strong for general consumption, this apocalyptic sci-fi is as relevant and powerful as ever.
Mad Max meets Monty Python is the best way of describing this strange, little-seen Soviet gem.