Alexander Sokurov offers a collegial walking tour through limbo with Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin and Churchill. It’s completely mad.
By Ed Gibbs
This captivating time capsule of the Soviet Union circa 1953 is a staggering feat of archive documentary.
By Josh Howey
A middle-aged zoo worker grows a tail in this bold and thought-provoking Russian drama.
Corruption and vice reign supreme in Sergei Loznitsa’s punishingly bleak descent into the bowels of Russia.
By Tom Williams
Kirill Serebrennikov’s scintillating drama offers of stark look at contemporary Russian schooling.
Andrei Tarkovsky’s magnum opus offers a stark, spectacular reminder of what it means to be human.
Fifty years ago the Russian director launched an epic exploration into the creation of art.
The Russian director’s 1979 film is being reissued as part of a new retrospective.