The director's first animated feature, a bold musical reimagining, is a spellbinding cinematic song of life, death and innocence
Emma Corrin impresses in Laure de Clermont-Tonnerr's sexually-charged take on the classic novel, though it fumbles the ending
Ryan Reynolds and festive sincerity prove a sour mix in this cynical new adaptation. Where are the Muppets when you need them?
Swedish-Costa Rican director Nathalie Álvarez Mesén explores female desire and emancipation using non-professional actors
As the month-long celebration kicks off again, Steph Green offers a pathway into the most morally murky of all movie genres...
The Macedonian-Australian director's bewitching debut feature is a Balkan fairytale that grapples with identity and humanity. Fedor Tot talks to the filmmaker ahead of its UK release
As the latest edition of the festival returns to the capital, Ella Kemp highlights some of this year's most essential features
To mark the release of Crimes of the Future, Steph Green sorts the body-obsessed auteur's vast filmography from worst to best...
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