Our contributors picked their favourite films from Africa and the Middle East in the fourth instalment of the International Cinema series
Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman shine in The Father, an Oscar-nominated play adaptation
We asked our arts and film editors to reflect on the world of the singular visionary, Derek Jarman
Alex Harris reviews a high concept sci-fi movie after sitting down with its creators
Riz Ahmed shines as a hearing-impaired drummer in an understated drama about struggling to accept a dramatic change in one’s way of living
Fred Hampton biopic might not be truly revolutionary, but is not afraid of showing true Black Panthers’ viewpoints
To celebrate this year’s LGBT History Month our writers picked the essential LGBT biographical films
A cartoonish Twist is far from updated in this confusing heist film that portrays Bill Sykes as a predatory lesbian
Chloe Zhao’s Oscar-winning Nomadland is a unique poetic meditation on freedom, happiness, and being human
Ahead of the upcoming 2021 Oscars ceremony, Michal Wasilewski predicts which films will take the big prizes.
Origin of the Species follows the efforts of making robots and androids human-like. But will this ever be truly possible?
After years of hope and a 2017 disappointment, the Justice League finally got a film it deserves
Our contributors picked their favourite films from Spain and Latin America in the third instalment of the International Cinema series
Manchester International Film Festival comes back in 2021 with a new selection of world and UK premieres.
Sia’s directorial debut is an offensive and cartoonish portrayal of autism
Dragon Rider is a German take on the concept of humans and dragons coexisting in one world, but fails to add anything innovative to it