Despite some initial promise, this striking looking anime from director Akiyuki Shinbô quickly fizzles out.
By Elena Lazic
Miles Teller is the standout performer in this overly macho tale of an elite mountain firefighter crew.
The return of the king – Steven Soderbergh is making movies again, and has delivered one of his all-time best.
By Aimee Knight
Bombay Beach director Alma Har’el serves up an intriguing painted poem of a film.
By Alexia Stam
A feisty Polynesian princess takes care of business on the high seas in this delightful animated caper.
A dreadfully silly serial killer movie involving crotchless trousers, an all-night car wash and lots and lots of grease.
An extraordinary modern fairy tale about femininity and sisterhood from Turkey’s Deniz Gamze Ergüven.
Alice Rohrwacher confirms herself as one of Italian cinema's brightest talents in this pollen-dusted family drama.
One of the year’s most extraordinary films is an experimental documentary about North Sea fishing.
Although Scott Pilgrim is a hyperactive feast, its greatest strength is its studied literalism.
Dive into our latest print edition and explore the magical world of director Guillermo del Toro.
Take a fishy first look at the director’s upcoming Cold War-era fairy tale.
By Poppy Doran
The Crimson Peak director has teamed up with Sally Hawkins and Michael Shannon for a Cold War-set fantasy romance.
By Joe Boden
The latest offerings from Claire Denis, Steve McQueen and Harmony Korine complete our bumper 2018 preview.
Our writers select their favourite new releases from the past 12 months.
From Lady Bird to Logan Lucky, these are our highlights from what’s been a mast year for new movies. How many have you seen?
From Lady Bird to Logan, Baby Driver to The Beguiled, we look back on another year of movie marketing mastery.
By Luís Azevedo
To celebrate the release of The Shape of Water, we enter the fantastical world of the inimitable Mexican maestro.
Walter Hill’s cult film is full of intense car chases and silent antiheroes.
By Jack Godwin
The actor will star alongside Meryl Streep in political drama The Post.
A comprehensive guide to the directing credits of this great American auteur, from Mean Streets to Hugo, Taxi Driver to Silence.
A comprehensive countdown of the great American writer/director’s complete filmography.
By Tom Bond
Streaming services are supplying quantity and quality to a rapidly growing global audience. Can cinema keep up?
Studio Ghibli’s latest and Disney’s 2002 film both deal with themes of abandonment, alienation and loss.
By Mark Asch
Everything is connected – including Peter Adolphsen’s ‘Machine’ and Terrence Malick’s 2011 film.
Jonathan Glazer’s 2000 film mixes in a sweet, lilting romance with all the violence and swearing.
By Nick Chen
A shallow body of water harbours deep emotions in Luca Guadagnino’s scintillating Sicilian drama.
Sally Hawkins finds a scaly suitor in Guillermo del Toro’s strange, sentimental snow globe fairy tale.
Luca Guadagnino’s Call My by Your Name and Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water are among the highlights of the 61st LFF.
The first slate of films from this year’s line-up has been announced.
The directors of Leviathan return with a breathtaking character study of the world’s foremost sleep talker.
By Matt Thrift
The American director discusses his long-awaited return to feature filmmaking with Logan Lucky.
The legendary production designer reveals how he recreated the wilds of 19th century America for The Revenant.