Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s first international co-production is a ravishing affair.
Eloise Ross reviews Luca Guadagnino’s latest portrait of desire, told with the filmmaker’s unique and detailed attention to place.
Anna Biller dares us to be mesmerised without being beguiled, and to parse the realm of female agency without demonising its contradictions.
Noted video essayist Kogonada turns to feature filmmaking with the striking and atmospheric Columbus.
Barry Jenkins’ second feature is a complex and beautiful film buoyed by the tactile qualities of its images.
The new film from Lav Diaz breaks from the traditions of his previous work in many ways, resulting in one of his strongest works to date.
THE ORNITHOLOGIST is one of Joao Pedro Rodrigues’ most conceptually impressive films, cementing him as one of Portugal’s most impressive filmmakers.
BANGKOK NITES certifies Katsuya Tomita as one of Japan’s most important filmmakers working today, as a winding, layered, and thought-provoking meditation on history and identity.
Paul Verhoeven’s first feature in ten years is a brutal film that offers its audience an intelligent, unconventional treatment of contemporary social taboos.
The final chapter in Andrew Wiseman’s documentary trilogy is a powerful film about the unique challenges that come with caring for a child born with a complex intellectual disability decades on.