Barry Keoghan-mania will continue with a Billy the Kid biopic

By Charles Bramesco

He'll offer a humanized, revisionist take on the gunslinger of repute in his longstanding dream project.

Paul King has signed on to direct the Tom Holland-starring Fred Astaire biopic

By Charles Bramesco

At long last, the promise of the "Umbrella" lip-sync video shall be delivered upon.

The Spirited Away stage play is coming to American cinemas

By Charles Bramesco

This spring, audiences unable to attend the Japanese production will behold the live-action magnificence of the radish spirit.

Netflix will make inroads into French film by partnering with Cinémathèque Française

By Charles Bramesco

France has been resistant to the streaming barbarians at the gates, but that may be starting to change.

Jake Gyllenhaal takes on the Taliban in the first trailer for The Covenant

By Charles Bramesco

In Guy Ritchie's new thriller, a soldier must fight his way through Afghanistan to rescue the interpreter who saved his life.

Want to see a new movie for a pound?

By Charles Bramesco

In an unusual distribution scheme, Marcus Markou's film The Wife and Her House Husband can be seen in cinemas for a quid.

Andrea Riseborough’s Oscar-nominated role is just one part of a banner year

By Charles Bramesco

Her turns in Please Baby Please, Matilda, and even Amsterdam show off a chameleonic range.

Everything Everywhere All At Once leads the pack of nominations for an unpredictable Oscars

By Charles Bramesco

All Quiet on the Western Front and the Banshees of Inisherin also came up big in this morning's announcement.

The Berlin Film Fest’s 2023 lineup includes Christian Petzold, Hong Sang-soo

By Charles Bramesco

President Kristen Stewart will also pass judgement on films by Matt Johnson and Angela Schanelec.

With the 21st-century period piece, cinema writes the history books

By Charles Bramesco

Films like Uncut Gems, Hustlers, and Lady Bird help us make sense of a modern past.

Puberty is an adventure in the Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margaret trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The Edge of Seventeen director Kelly Fremon Craig returns to the travails of adolescent girlhood.

Check out an exclusive illustrated poster for Hirokazu Koreeda’s new film

By Hannah Strong

Broker focuses on a found family of grifters with hearts of gold who set off on a road trip across South Korea with the police hot on their tail.

For Francis Ford Coppola, a production off the rails is right on track

By Charles Bramesco

His comeback picture Megalopolis has been marred by high-profile snafus — not that we'd expect anything less.

Composer Michael Giacchino will turn director with a remake of sci-fi classic Them!

By Charles Bramesco

The Oscar-winning musician is planning a fresh take on the 1954 killer-ant B-picture.

101 films to look forward to in 2023 – part two

By Little White Lies

Part two of our annual preview heralds the arrival of new films from the likes of Pawel Pawlikowski, Michel Gondry and Kitty Green.

101 films to look forward to in 2023 – part one

By Little White Lies

As we ring in the new year, it's time to look ahead to the cinematic riches that the next twelve months might offer us.

Michelle Williams just needs some hot water in the first Showing Up trailer

By Charles Bramesco

She plays a frustrated artist preparing for a show in Kelly Reichardt's wry, downbeat comedy.

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