By Elena Lazic
Ladj Ly’s gritty portrait of suburban Paris tips its hat to La Haine and Do the Right Thing.
By Ella Kemp
Jean Dujardin is dressed to kill in director Quentin Dupieux’s pitch-black sartorial satire.
In a secluded Brazilian village, tradition and modernity collide with bizarre, hyperviolent results.
Jim Jarmusch takes aim at the ills of capitalism in this star-studded smalltown zombie comedy.
The actor has always been willing to bare all for a role, but no one has captured his erotic charisma better than Jane Campion.
By Anton Bitel
Toshiaki Toyoda’s Blue Spring perfectly captures the fleeting excitement of youth.
Exploring the suggestive imagery and symbolic language in the director’s 1986 cult favourite.
Jim Jarmusch’s 1989 film is a melodic ode to an America of drifters, tourists and lonesome wanderers.
Where’d You Go, Bernadette is the pair’s first film together.
The grown-up cast includes Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy and Bill Hader.
He’ll play second banana to a female lead this update of the 1993 Sylvester Stallone vehicle.
The emotional collateral of acting is the subject of Madeline’s Madeline, a unique new film by this exciting writer/director.
The BFI’s vast archive of early cinema is available to watch online for free.
A feature-length look one of the greatest bands in rock history is heading to the Cannes market.
A journey through the wondrous and terrifying cinematic cosmos of the High Life director.
Awkwafina gives a moving performance in the Sundance breakout.
By Gem Wheeler
William Dieterle’s 1948 film is an enthralling meditation on memory, loss and transformative power of art.
The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil is coming to America.