Ken Loach and Paul Laverty return to Cannes with another bitter requiem for the working class.
This year’s Official Selection features new works from Jim Jarmusch, Bong Joon-ho and Jessica Hausner.
Could these be the directors vying for this year’s Palme d’Or?
By Eve Watling
A Moving Image asks if art can make a difference in the face of social change.
This 1966 TV play on a young woman’s descent into homelessness has lost none of its impact.
A sparkling new Blu-ray edition helps remind of this melancholy British classic from 1969.
The director was correct in chastising the “fake nostalgia” of period dramas.
Ken Loach’s latest polemic has a vital message that’s diluted by some heavy-handed direction.
By James Clarke
Land and Freedom shows the personal and political sides of this 80-year-old conflict.
The late Carol White is exceptional as a working class single mother in Ken Loach’s restored kitchen-sink drama.
The veteran director returns with a stark look at contemporary Britain.
One of Britain’s most lauded and long-serving leftwing voices gets the whistlestop biog treatment.
Find out who scored the silverware as this year’s festival comes to a close.