Turkish auteur Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s meditative but tightly wound Winter Sleep.
Fury wins the battle as a buddy film, but too many punches are pulled for it to win the war.
The Immigrant joins a long line of films tracing new beginnings in a foreign land. Sadly, this one fails to truly arrive.
Actor, writer and director Zach Braff has his name all over a new and deeply personal film project. So why is he tetchy?
Unique and ambitious, Boyhood follows the life of a child and his family over a 12-year period.
After Romper Stomper, filmmaker Ian Pringle spectacularly fell from grace. Now, 22 years on, he’s back behind the camera.
Writer-director John Michael McDonagh revisits his Celtic roots with the tale of a persecuted priest.
With Kubrick and Cocteau in its DNA, Under the Skin stars Scarlett Johansson as the man-eater who fell to Earth.
If only Bad Neighbours were better, funnier, more inspired. At least the stars shine.
His Day in the Life series was a phenomenal success and he still reigns as the king of coffee-table photography books. But it’s a 1970s assignment in the Australian desert that holds a special place in Rick Smolan’s heart.
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