100 films to look forward to in 2024 – part two

By Little White Lies

In the second half of our preview looking ahead to 2024's upcoming releases, we look at work from David Lowery, Lynne Ramsay, Mati Diop and many more.

100 films to look forward to in 2024 – part one

By Little White Lies

New year, new movies! We look ahead to the films coming our way in 2024 – including new projects from Bong Joon-ho, George Miller, Rose Glass and many more.

Filmmakers withdraw their work from IDFA amid response to Palestine conflict

By Hannah Strong

Following a pro-Palestine protest at the start of this year's International Documentary Festival Amsterdam, conflict between the Israeli and Palestinian film communities has prompted numerous filmmakers to withdraw projects from the festival.

Sofia Coppola invites us into her world with her first book

By Hannah Strong

Archive is a glamorous look at the filmmaker's creative process, including script notes, correspondence, and plenty of behind-the-scenes photos.

An Asteroid City exhibition is landing in London

By Robyn Quick

Wes Anderson fans can tour original props and miniatures before catching a bite in a retro '50s-style diner.

The Director’s Fortnight and Critic’s Week sidebars bolster a packed Cannes

By Charles Bramesco

Films from Michel Gondry, Manoel de Oliveira, and a slew of newcomers will play alongside the Official Selection announced last week.

Martin Scorsese, Jonathan Glazer, and Wes Anderson lead the 2023 Cannes Film Festival lineup

By Charles Bramesco

The Competition selection also includes new works from Catherine Breillat and Todd Haynes.

Life is plastic and fantastic in the first Barbie trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Margot Robbie dons a great many outfits as the iconic children’s plaything in Greta Gerwig's technicolour dreamland.

Scott Pilgrim is back in action, now in anime form

By Charles Bramesco

The cast of Edgar Wright's film adaptation has reunited for a Netflix miniseries about the mild-mannered, ex-dueling Torontonian.

Everything we know so far about Wes Anderson’s Asteroid City

By Charles Bramesco

Spanish desert doubles for the American Southwest in the new film set at a stargazers' convention.

The solution to cinema’s curation conundrum? More, more, more

By Charles Bramesco

Are streaming channels limiting our movie selection? Only as much as we let them!

A new online resource aims to increase accessibility across the film industry

By Hannah Strong

A joint initiative from Matchbox Cine, Film Hub Wales, Inclusive Cinema, Film Hub Scotland and the Independent Cinema Office aims to widen participation by sharing inclusive resources.

Everyone, just let Quentin Tarantino cook

By Charles Bramesco

Is his new film about a movie critic a stealth Pauline Kael biopic? Maybe! Who knows?

A brief history of the “legacy Oscar” and its winners

By Charles Bramesco

Some voters informally consider the Academy Award a career-long acknowledgement; some actors resent this.

Croisette wishes: 20 films we’d like to see at Cannes in 2023

By Charles Bramesco

Martin Scorsese, Wes Anderson, and Pedro Almodóvar number among the heavy hitters expected on the red carpet.

It’s time for action in the explosive first trailer for How to Blow Up a Pipeline

By Charles Bramesco

A cross-cultural coalition plots to disrupt an oil supply chain in Daniel Goldhaber's galvanizing new film.

Hong Sang-soo gets lost in the funhouse in the first Walk Up trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The Korean filmmaker's latest drama climbs through the floors of an apartment building and finds pockets of quotidian life.

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