By Chloe Smith
Ol Parker's story of a meet-cute between a bride and a florist shows that the LGBTQ+ community deserve their own rom-com canon.
A dramatization of the sad events that befell the Von Erich family will follow Durkin's acclaimed The Nest.
Ninja Thyberg’s drama brings up questions about adult film which have gone unaddressed since the days of Linda Lovelace.
He portrays one of three characters followed through decades, their lives charting 20th-century upheavals.
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Three decades since its release, Neil Jordan's thriller about The Troubles remains a crucial and complex piece of Irish cinema.
By Claire White
The unpretentious hijinks of Scooby, Shaggy and Mystery Inc. offer a nostalgic respite from the grim-dark state of current franchise fair.
The Swedish filmmaker reflects on how her time as a teenage anti-porn activist eventually led her to create the pro-sex work drama Pleasure.
By Anton Bitel
An intergenerational matriarchy embarks on a crime spree in the late director’s 1975 action-comedy.
From P-Valley to Pleasure, the industry is finally starting to be shown in an authentic light.
George Cukor’s sublime take on stardom ranks among Judy Garland’s best work, but its production was mired in turmoil.
The Italian filmmaker on his slow-cooked wonder, Il Buco, and the artistic joys of discovering something new.
In the not-yet-ravaged Comanche Nation, an expert hunter faces a seemingly unstoppable extraterrestrial foe.
The French writer/director of Innocence and Earwig explains why she tells stories from a dream logic perspective.
By Anton Bitel
The director’s short experimental feature, Lux Æterna, plays like a panic attack before reaching a rapturous crescendo.
The Bergman Island writer/director on the Swedish maestro, the inner lives of artists and the process of bringing dreams to life.
Léonor Serraille comes good with her novelistic second feature about an immigrant family fighting for survival in France.
Michelle Williams excels as a sculptor whose attention is sapped by colleagues and family in Kelly Reichardt’s ambient social satire.