StudioCanal’s re-release of Sofia Coppola’s The Virgin Suicides gives the cult classic a whole new life with its 4k UHD restoration and an abundance of special features.
In anticipation of Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom ’s UK release, we spoke to director Pawo Choyning Dorji for an interview about his Oscar-nominated feature film debut.
The Adults is a poignant and charming family reunion drama that explores what happens to sibling relationships when ego replaces innocence.
Seven Winters in Tehran tells the tragic story of Reyhaneh Jabbari’s fight for justice in a brilliant display of documentary filmmaking.
Silver Haze’s central love-story thinly veils a profoundly impactful film about forgiveness, found-family and finding yourself.
BlackBerry documents an important part of technological history, and the complex relationships and brilliant minds that made it happen.
She Came to Me has a good balance of humour and heart, but is too over ambitious with what it hopes to achieve in its runtime.
Maybe I Do fails to impress with an unimaginative script and stilted performances, despite its star-studded cast.
A Man Called Otto fails to make any lasting impression with its lacklustre plot and one-dimensional characters, despite the success of the Swedish original.
In his underrated comedy thriller The King of Comedy, Martin Scorsese offers an astute commentary on celebrity culture.