This year’s LFF programme comprises 39 per cent female and 40 per cent ethnically diverse directors/creators.
Before she was a Palme d'or winner, Ducournau made a creepy little short about a teenager undergoing a strange transformation.
Julia Ducournau’s sensational second feature offers an intoxicating mix of grease, gore and gasoline.
A car showroom model, a grieving father, and a woman with a mysterious past cross paths in Julia Ducournau’s latest.
With Wes Anderson, Leos Carax and Paul Verhoeven locked in, we’re ready to keep the rumour mill turning.
By Grace Lee
Grace Lee searches for meaning amid the so-called monstrosity of this superlative 2017 horror.
British composer Jim Williams discusses his work on Raw and Beast.
The all-female Black Rose Anthology is a necessary catalyst for achieving gender equality in the genre.
The likes of Raw, The Transfiguration and others speak directly to self-aware, socially-conscious teens.
By Elena Lazic
Annie Clark makes her directorial debut in this convention-flipping collection of shorts.
Both films express a uniquely female concern through visceral imagery.
The director of Raw discusses why her film is a bold expression of female sexuality.
By Anton Bitel
Cannibalism goes to school in director Julia Ducournau’s extreme French fable.
By Lena Hanafy
Juila Ducournau’s thrilling first feature offers a fresh take on a stale genre.