The latest nerve-shredding thriller from Philip Barantini, Accused, is a depressingly accurate portrayal of a society driven by technology and poisoned by xenophobia.
A woman navigates her dual lives in Madeleine Collins, the twisty psychological thriller from Antoine Barraud.
Baan, the first fiction feature from Leonor Teles, is an enigmatic, elusive film whose ever-increasing experimentation is both its strongest and weakest aspect.
King Coal elegantly depicts the culture, community and history surrounding coal mining in the Appalachian region of America.
In Yorgos Lanthimos’ sophomore feature, Dogtooth, a mother and father’s warped parenting brings dark and dangerous results.
Claire Simon’s evocative documentary Our Body (Notre corps) is as dense and detailed as it is caring and thought-provoking.
We sat down for an interview with director D. Smith to talk about her invigorating documentary Kokomo City, which chronicles the lives of Black transgender sex workers in America.
We sit down with director/writer Anita Rocha da Silveira for an interview to discuss Medusa, her mind-bending, visually rich film influenced by the famous Greek myth.
Drawing inspiration from boxing classics such as Rocky, slight gem Small, Slow But Steady strikes with a subtle but forceful resonance.
60 years on from its initial release, Jean-Luc Godard’s elegant and layered Le Mépris (Contempt) remains a landmark achievement in his career and the French New Wave.