The maestro returns, the patented formula tweaked to blissful perfection in this witty and deeply moving exploration of the tools that we produce to help us see beyond our everyday vision.
By Lex Briscuso
Los Espookys' Julio Torres makes the leap to film with a surreal, touching comedy about a Salvadoran immigrant, co-starring Tilda Swinton.
With a theatrical run scheduled for June, a premiere at Cannes seems all but assured.
Swinton plays a Hogg stand-in as well as her mother in the atmospheric not-quite-horror picture.
The director's cut, titled An Even Bigger Splash, will restore 70 minutes of footage cut from the film. To what effect?
Tilda Swinton plays both mother and daughter in Joanna Hogg's eerie and effective exploration of parent-child relationships.
Mad Max director George Miller returns to the big screen with an adaptation of modern-day fable The Djinn in the Nightingale's Eye.
There's a darker edge to the classic kiddie fable in this stop-motion take with a starry voice cast.
George Miller returns to our screens with an ambitious tale of desire and magic featuring Tilda Swinton and Idris Elba.
This year’s stacked line-up also includes new work Kelly Reichardt, Ruben Ostlünd and Park Chan-wook – but no David Lynch.
By Sam Moore
Thirty years after it was released, the British director’s take on Virginia Woolf’s novel is a powerful study of self-identity.
The sequel to Joanna Hogg’s autobiographical masterpiece is a stunning portrait of an artist’s profound exploration of grief.
By Mark Asch
Apichatpong Weerasethakul meticulously crafts a sensory journey soaked in introspection and metaphysical perplexity.
Wes Anderson’s New Yorker-inspired anthology film is a meticulously-crafted love letter to the art of magazine journalism.
Honor Swinton-Byrne reprises her role as the writer/director’s on-screen avatar in the forthcoming sequel.
By Mark Asch
Tilda Swinton is extraordinary in a film by Apichatpong Weerasethakul which comprises of “pure vibes”.
Wes Anderson’s star-studded, multi-chaptered tribute to The New York is his most impressionistic work to date.