The “local” awards ceremony reflects an industry inching towards globalization.
Streaming isn’t going anywhere any time soon – and there’s a change in the Best Foreign Language Film category.
The acclaimed director becomes the first Mexican artist to receive the honour.
By Beth Webb
By denying the winners airtime, these major events are discrediting those at the very heart of the craft.
Key takeaways from this year’s slate of Academy selections.
Silly, stirring, or sage, here are the evening’s choice quotes.
Our annual countdown of the movies that made the biggest impression on us this year, from Hereditary to The House That Jack Built.
The Mexican director’s early Spanish-language films offer vital dissections of the male ego.
By Luís Azevedo
In a new video essay, Luís Azevedo takes us on a journey through the Mexican filmmaker’s colourful worlds.
The Mexican writer/director describes coming home to make Roma, his most profoundly personal film to date.
Alfonso Cuaròn’s monumental love poem to Mexico and the woman who made him a man.
Our latest print edition pays tribute to Alfonso Cuaròn’s personal ode to movies, Mexico and the woman who made him a man.
Alfonso Cuarón delivers his masterpiece with this stunning social fresco centred on a house maid in 1970s Mexico City.
Big names, hidden gems and arthouse favourites head to the capital this October.
Barry Jenkins, Damien Chazelle and Yorgos Lanthimos all look like early contenders for major awards.
Claire Denis, Yorgos Lanthimos and Terrence Malick could be competing for this year’s Palme d’Or.
By Luke Walpole
Alfonso Cuarón’s film was released in 2006 and is set in 2027, so why does it feel so relevant today?