Great performances and a naturalistic universe make Joey Klein’s film compelling.
An interview with Carlo Mirabella-Davis about his new film, which is now available on VOD.
Abdellatif Kechiche’s controversial, long-delayed follow-up to the divisive Blue Is the Warmest Colour is as impressive as it is hopelessly out of touch.
Frequent collaborators Steve Coogan and Michael Winterbottom re-team for an ambitious, overstuffed satire of capitalism and the 1%.
Poland’s entry for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar is a deeply-felt exploration of religion with a transfixing central performance.
We spoke with director Kitty Green about her film, which tackles injustices and systemic abuse in the film industry.
We spoke with Sophie Bédard Marcotte about her new film, a fiction/documentary hybrid in which she appears as herself.
Nadav Lapid’s Golden Bear-winning film is personal, soulful and confrontational in all the best ways.
Destin Daniel Cretton’s depiction of a real-life legal case is touching, even if it relies on some familiar tropes.
Karim Aïnouz’s film of Martha Batalha’s novel explores class and privilege, pointing out that hindsight isn’t always 20/20.