Film sets are made into fascistic breeding grounds for chaos in Iranian filmmaker Houman Seyedi’s bleakly funny meta-movie
Timothée Chalamet and Taylor Russell play a hungry couple in a sweet, sinister road movie about the all-consuming nature of love
Ahead of the 94th Academy Awards, we look back at the Best Picture nominees and ask: which one deserves to take home the big prize?
As another cinematic year draws to a close, our writers choose their favourite films, from miraculous musicals to subversive westerns
Packing three films into one, this end of the world dramedy is simultaneously more and less than the sum of its many parts
Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of the classic novel crafts the most complete fantastical world since Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings
The writer-director's ambitious 10th feature, his most idiosyncratic work yet, is a charming buffet of unabashed Francophilia
Beatles! Broadway! Beautiful boys! With seven months of the year still to go, Ella Kemp weighs up the biggest UK cinema releases...
To mark the arrival of Pieces of a Woman and its harrowing 24-minute shot, our writers weigh in on their favourite long takes
With Tenet finally in cinemas, Ella Kemp considers its place within the filmmaker's epic canon and sorts the misfires from the masterpieces...