Wes Anderson’s New Yorker-inspired anthology film is a meticulously-crafted love letter to the art of magazine journalism.
Wes Anderson’s star-studded, multi-chaptered tribute to The New York is his most impressionistic work to date.
Mike Cahill’s disastrous sci-fi parable sees Owen Wilson and Salma Hayek slip into a simulated realty.
The story of a French newspaper's post-WWII operation goes heavy on whimsy.
Timothée Chalamet, Elisabeth Moss and Christoph Waltz are all entering the Wes-verse.
The Happy Days and Arrested Development actor will star alongside Bill Murray and Tilda Swinton.
The cinematographer recalls how the pair hit it off on the director’s 1996 debut feature.
The director’s 1996 debut feature is out now via The Criterion Collection.
By Emily Bray
An explosion of cuddly warmth can be found in this gentle tale of a disfigured boy coming up against school bullies.
By Elena Lazic
The actor/director has delivered a unique ‘live cinema’ experience.