Our noughties ranking reaches the midway point, as Amélie, Oldboy and Spider-Man 2 all make the cut.
By Adam Scovell
The elegance of the Vienna Conservatoire perfectly contrasts the raw brutality of Isabelle Huppert’s actions.
By Adam Scovell
The Austrian director’s 2005 thriller is built around the mystery of place, as a visit to this Parisian setting revealed.
The Austrian master is set to make his small screen debut with a 10-part English-language drama.
Europe’s refugee crisis backdrops this unconventional family drama from deadpan master Michael Haneke.
The Austrian auteur explains why he had to create a Facebook account for his new film, Happy End.
By Matt Thrift
Poland’s biggest arthouse extravaganza returns with a special tribute to Jacques Rivette.
The new film by Michael Haneke is not happy and doesn’t have an ending. Other than that, it’s harrowing business as usual.
Michael Haneke’s home invasion horror is a chilling satire of violence in popular entertainment.
Yorgos Lanthimos, Bong Joon-ho and Sofia Coppola all have films in the main competition.
We predict 20 titles that might just make an appearance at the world’s greatest film festival in May.
By Colin Biggs
For many of us it’s a case of escapism, but for others horror cinema can be at once scary and soothing.
The screen icon discusses her craft plus her upcoming roles in Mia Hansen-Løve’s Things to Come and Michael Haneke’s Happy End.
Time will tell if this is Michael Haneke’s masterpiece, but it’s certainly one of the year’s best.
Michael Haneke’s latest is an attack on everything you think you know about cinema. It’s a brutal beating.