Archive is a glamorous look at the filmmaker's creative process, including script notes, correspondence, and plenty of behind-the-scenes photos.
Sofia Coppola turns her keen eye to modern mythology, adapting Priscilla Presley's memoir into a gorgeous, acutely sad coming-of-age drama.
By Katie Tobin
A decade since its release, Sofia Coppola's take on teen thieves and celebrity obsession is as sharp as ever.
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In an ambitious venture, we count down our favourite wholly-original feature films of the last two decades.
The director of Compartment No. 6 on the joys of filming on location – in this case, a vintage passenger train.
The 26-minute mood piece captures the majesty of the dance company for their Spring Gala.
Rashida Jones and Bill Murray star in Sofia Coppola’s New York caper about a woman who suspects her husband is having an affair.
Our countdown of the finest cinematic offerings from 2000 to 2009 continues. How many have you seen?
Sofia Coppola’s seventh film is a modern screwball caper set in New York City.
By Will Webb
A video celebration of this acclaimed American filmmakers, ahead of the release of her latest, On the Rocks.
‘Screener Season’ is the first single off Speelburg’s sophomore album.
By Simon Bland
The writer/director reflects on the making of her cherished Tokyo love story.
Sofia Coppola’s steamy Southern potboiler is her most arresting and assured movie to date.
By Adam White
From Small Soldiers to her collaborations with Sofia Coppola, a generation of moviegoers have grown up alongside the American star.
Both films deal with difficult themes relating to female coming of age.
The Lisbon sisters helped me to understand my own awkward coming of age.