Our noughties ranking reaches the midway point, as Amélie, Oldboy and Spider-Man 2 all make the cut.
From Spirited Away to Ponyo, your screensavers and wallpapers will never be the same again.
Our countdown of the finest cinematic offerings from 2000 to 2009 continues. How many have you seen?
By Anton Bitel
Director Fruit Chan’s 1997 indie Made in Hong Kong captures a group of characters – and a city – in transition.
Part one of our bumper survey of the noughties, featuring Avatar, Borat! and Requiem for a Dream.
The Festival Director speak about putting together the most accessible, expansive LFF programme yet.
By Thomas Hobbs
The producer and rapper reveals the soul-cleansing moment he discovered Cliff Martinez’s soundtrack.
With his yakuza thriller Boiling Point, “Beat” Takeshi staked his claim as a serious filmmaker.
Redford’s directorial debut holds its ground as one of cinema’s most moving explorations of loss and guilt.
The first instalment in Steve McQueen’s Small Axe series is a soulful love letter to the West Indian dance scene in West London.
Paramount and Toho will join forces for the body-swapping anime adaptation.
What if Tom Hanks’ volleyball companion had managed to escape the desert island and return home?
The multi-hyphenate has created a hypnotic, incisive score for Charles Officer’s socially-conscious crime-noir.
Ben Sharrock spins absurd comedy from torment suffered by those waiting for asylum to be granted.
By Rahul Patel
Jennie Livingston’s seminal portrait of New York’s ballroom culture still resonates throughout the queer community.
With India Song currently playing on MUBI, we take a look back at the actor’s superlative feminist trilogy from 1975.
The filmmaker’s new documentary simulates her father’s demise, over and over.
Luca Guadagnino’s coming-of-age series sees a group of teenagers discover their identities on a coastal army base in Italy.