Ben Sharrock spins absurd comedy from torment suffered by those waiting for asylum to be granted.
Vanessa Kirby is remarkable in Kornél Mundruczó’s drama about two expectant parents who suffer a devastating tragedy.
The animation studio behind Song of the Sea and The Secret of Kells return with a spellbinding revisionist fable.
The third feature from Chloé Zhao is an achingly tender look at one woman's life on the road.
Spike Lee’s film of David Byrne’s acclaimed Broadway performance is a transcendent cinematic experience.
This year’s scaled-back celebration mixes world cinema gems with something a little different.
Shinichiro Ueda follows up his breakout hit One Cut of the Dead with a similarly entertaining and inventive character drama.
The British writer/director’s lesbian romance will cap off this year’s LFF on 17 October.
The first of five films from the director’s Small Axe anthology will screen for free to audiences across the UK.
She stars alongside fellow Safdie brothers alumni Buddy Duress in this darkly funny modern cautionary tale.
Over half of the virtual 2020 edition is comprised of directors who identify as female or non-binary.
La Biennale’s 77th edition will go ahead as planned, with one of the festival’s most eclectic line-ups in years.
By Weiting Liu
Lou Ye’s The Shadow Play and a Midi Z retrospective are among the highlights of CineCina iFest.
Zeina Durra’s Luxor and Alan Ball’s Uncle Frank head up the main feature programme.
This year’s LFF will offer online screenings, free screen talks and more, widening access across the UK.
By Matt Turner
In Me and the Cult Leader, filmmaker and survivor Atsushi Sakahara confronts both his own trauma and that of a nation.
The classic Japanese manga series makes the jump from 2D to 3D, and makes it look easy.
Bring Down the Walls suggests that the dance floor can provide liberation from oppressive judicial policies.