Three families reckon with the dead returning from the grave in Thea Hvistendahl's glacial horror drama.
Jane Schoenbrun's sophomore feature is an unnerving take on loneliness, isolation, and the enduring mysteries of children's media.
A grand banquet of film has been laid out for the festival's 20th anniversary edition.
Outgoing artistic director Carlo Chatrian delivers the world cinema goods for his final edition at the helm.
The British director on the power of crying and how he crafted his heartbreaking new film, All of Us Strangers.
Jason Schwartzman and Carol Kane are a magnificent double act in Nathan Silver's thoughtful take on grief and faith, which sees a cantor in crisis reunite with his childhood music teacher.
By Rogan Graham
Old pals and creative collaborators Daniel Kaluuya and Kibwe Tavares team up to present their vision of a near future where London's last social housing estate stands up against the oppressive regime.
By Anton Bitel
Pagan rituals, a Michael Powell classic and killer alligators are on the agenda in the first of 2024's home ents guides.
Yorgos Lanthimos on the intricate cine-suture work that it took to make his magnificent new film, Poor Things.
In celebration of a BFI season of the German maverick’s sublime work in film, we pick ten of our absolute faves.
In the second half of our preview looking ahead to 2024's upcoming releases, we look at work from David Lowery, Lynne Ramsay, Mati Diop and many more.
New year, new movies! We look ahead to the films coming our way in 2024 – including new projects from Bong Joon-ho, George Miller, Rose Glass and many more.
The star of Sofia Coppola's Priscilla, who won the Volpi Cup at the Venice Film Festival for her performance, reflects on the experience of working with Coppola as well as her co-star Jacob Elordi.
By Anton Bitel
Samurai, demon dolls, an actor-murderer and RoboCop are some of the gems to catch up on while you're relaxing this holiday season.
By Kevin Bui
The voice actor brought his life experience to the role of the Caped Crusader, and in the process gave us a batman for the ages.
By Cian Tsang
By combining his signature absurdist style and sincerity with the beautiful game, Stephen Chow created an exhilarating and unconventional sports movie that captures the highs and laws of football.
As we wave goodbye to another year at the movies, we reflect on the films that have stayed with us – from the plastic fantastic to tense courtroom dramas.
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