Winners review | Iran's charming homage to Cinema Paradiso
★★★☆☆ A heartwarming tribute to Iranian cinema, exploring innocence, passion, and the disillusionment of life beyond the festival circuit.
Joyland review | Groundbreaking Pakistani trans movie challenges tradition
★★★★☆ In Saim Sadiq's debut feature film Joyland, Pakistani society is in a state of transition, and its characters struggle with their identities and desires.
How young London-based filmmakers are navigating the cost-of-living crisis
Lara Olszowska speaks to three young filmmakers in London about how they’re navigating this unprecedented cost-of-living crisis.
Theo Rossi on Emily the Criminal | ‘I've been a criminal in my life'
We speak to Mr Rossi about portraying violent men on screen, working with Aubrey Plaza and… his pregnant goat.
Anaïs In Love review | An unacceptable glorification of tardiness
Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet’s directorial debut follows social 'bulldozer' Anaïs, whose self-centred worldview frustrates in a this smug romcom.
Joyride review | Olivia Colman is a mother desperate to escape
Olivia Colman and Charlie Reid star as a desperate mother and a lost boy in this strange take on road trips and motherhood.
Jim Archer, David Earl and Chris Hayward on Brian and Charles: ‘Was there really a life for a film like this?’
Brian and Charles arrives on the big screen this week and we chat to the people behind this award-winning comedy.
Everything Everywhere All At Once review | The best multiverse movie you should watch
The directors behind the farting corpse film are back with a story of a woman drawn into the multiverse in Everything Everywhere All At Once.
Thomas Daneskov on Wild Men: Why Are Men So Bad At Feeling Bad?
Director Thomas Daneskov tells us all about how the film Wild Men came to be and who he’d cast in the American remake.
Wild Men Review: Absurd, but Flawed Exploration of Masculinity
Thomas Daneskov’s Wild Men is weird; part-thriller, part-comedy, but it’s mostly a fascinating look into a man’s psyche.