Male models, a massive cruise liner, and a whole lot of vomit herald the coming of Ruben Östlund's latest.
The BFI’s current retrospective of the Indian auteur’s cinema gave me chance to reconnect with my homeland while studying abroad.
Helena Wittman’s extraordinary seafaring anti-epic is a prime contender for the big prize at the 2022 Locarno Film Festival.
Debut director Julie Lerat-Gersant offers up a vivid character study of a pregnant teen who’s adamant to give up her baby.
By Winnie Wang
The outspoken heroine of King Vidor’s 1937 drama eschews social conventions to express herself through her clothes.
Alexander Sokurov offers a collegial walking tour through limbo with Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin and Churchill. It’s completely mad.
Brendan Gleeson torches his longtime relationship with Colin Farrell in Martin McDonagh's new dramedy.
By Soham Gadre
As well as being a landmark achievement for filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali, this romantic epic brilliantly showcases the magic Indian cinema has to offer.
By Anton Bitel
A group of medical students push the boundary between life and death in this bombastic thriller.
By Callie Petch
Twenty-five years ago Barry Sonnenfeld's workplace action-comedy broke the rules and launched an iconic franchise.
By Juan Barquin
The Pope of Trash on 50 years of Pink Flamingos and waking up each morning and trying to be nuts in new and exciting ways.
In her haunting depiction of Christine Chubbock, I recognised elements of my own experience with depression and isolation.
Andrew Dominik's long-awaited not-quite-biopic adapts Joyce Carol Oates' novel for Netflix.
Armenia’s flagship film festival provided a platform for filmmakers to reflect on various wars, although there were some curious absences.
Forty years on, one of Robin Williams’ earliest film roles still ranks among his best work.
There's a darker edge to the classic kiddie fable in this stop-motion take with a starry voice cast.
The writer/director of Hit the Road reflects on finding comfort in car journeys and learning to see beyond genre.