Lifelong female friendship is the subject of this lush weepie, in which a pair of interlinked tales unfold in two timeframes.
Unabashedly autobiographical, Beginners bumbles through the life of lovelorn graphic designer.
An aging French conjuror, finding himself out of step in a raucous new era, travels to London in search of an audience.
How to make Jane Eyre fresh again?
Whittled down from its original form as a miniseries, The Trip has been trimmed of its foodie flavour in favour of a focus on Coogan’s midlife crisis.
Wim Wenders has approached the new medium as a chance to rethink cinema’s possibilities.
Languid, reverent shots of nature shimmering at magic hour – Terrence Malick is back.
It’s easy to see why Julia Leigh’s Sleeping Beauty was invited into the Cannes film festival’s prestigious official competition.
A compassionate and deeply moving account of a controversial period in British and Australian history.
This film has real heart, buoyed by surprisingly strong performances from a mostly inexperienced cast.
It’s disappointing to see how bleak Taymor’s vision so often looks, and feels.
An intelligent science fiction story that steadfastly refuses to obey genre rules.