Todd Haynes directs this definitive chronicle of the fabled avant-garde rock group, taking in everything from doo wop to pop art.
This year’s LFF programme comprises 39 per cent female and 40 per cent ethnically diverse directors/creators.
The acclaimed director of Velvet Goldmine eulogises the ’60s rock legends in his new film.
Todd Haynes’ first documentary takes a thrilling, cautiously ambivalent look at the NY art-rock demigods.
Billie Eilish is also reported to be starring in the director’s upcoming biopic of the American jazz singer.
A.I., American Psycho and Bamboozled all make the final part of our list – but what will come out on top?
Mark Ruffalo takes on a giant chemical company in Todd Haynes’ gripping procedural drama.
It's good-guy lawyer Mark Ruffalo versus the corporate machine in the upcoming film.
By Ege Apaydın
Is there an argument to drop the cover-all term “queer” in favour of something that’s more specific to the subject of a piece of art?
Mark Ruffalo goes gumshoe for Dark Waters, with Anne Hathaway and Tim Robbins co-starring.
The director’s third feature from 1998 is a glitter-covered ode to the 1970s.
By Anton Bitel
Todd Haynes’ wistful adaptation of Brian Selznick’s novel is a tad too saccharine for its own good.
Todd Haynes’ 1995 film stars Julianne Moore as a woman who becomes “allergic to the 20th century”.
By Josh Howey
The director of Carol returns with a typically gorgeous looking fantasy drama.
Three scenarios for who might win big at this year’s prize giving.
Todd Haynes returns with a kid-friendly follow-up to Carol whose parts are more interesting than the sum total.
Yorgos Lanthimos, Bong Joon-ho and Sofia Coppola all have films in the main competition.