One of the world's leading celebrations of short film offers an exciting vision not only for the future of cinema, but for how a film festival can work.
A unique and weird history lesson created by a director whose star is continually on the rise.
Tony Scott maintains his high-octane style, but this has a more intimate feel than his other bombastic actioners.
This is familiar territory for Werner Herzog – a compelling crime drama and intriguing character study rolled into one.
While you hardly expect a summer blockbuster to be massively original this film is so derivative it’s almost ridiculous.
Jean-Luc Godard’s masterpiece stands the test of time, still managing to feel incredibly fresh and exciting.