Birdman and The Revenant director Alejandro González Iñárritu looks back at his career in a state of meditative limbo in Bardo.
Lukas Dhont delivers a heartbreaking tale of love and friendship i Close, fuelled by young actors Eden Dambrine and Gustav De Waele.
An interview with Decision to Leave director Park Chan-wook on his enigmatic and melodramatic new thriller that'll leave audiences guessing.
Edward Berger's adaptation of the classic novel All Quiet on the Western Front is a masterfully realized feat of filmmaking.
Enduring hardship and strife, as well as kind words and attention along the way, EO’s journey is a beautiful, maddening, sentimental, heartbreaking, and humourous one. Plus, there’s a top-notch cameo from Isabelle Huppert!
Bhutan's Oscar nominee for Best International Feature, Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom finds pleasure in simplicity.
Renate Reinsve delivers a star-making performance in The Worst Person in the World
Paolo Sorrentino offers his most personal film to date.
The note-perfect Drive My Car is a road movie through the soul and an odyssey well worth taking. You’ll feel transformed by the journey’s end.
Drunken Birds, a Canadian-Mexican co-production about a man on the run from the drug cartel who finds work at a Quebec farm, will represent Canada in the Oscar race for Best International Feature.
This Best International Feature Oscar nominee sees the human migration crisis collide with wayward arts biz.
Bosnia-Herzegovina's Oscar nominee Quo Vadis, Aida? is deeply powerful.
Alexander Nanau's searing and sickening look at Romania's healthcare system in the wake of the 2015 Colectiv nightclub fire that left 64 dead.
Directed by Andrey Konchalovskiy, Russia's Oscar bid Dear Comrades is a strikingly composed feat.
Nina Hoss and Lars Eidinger star in Swiss drama about death and theatre.