A masturbatory fantasy of Hollywood from the director of It Follows.
The beauty and poise of ballet is expertly expressed is this thrilling, but poetic depiction of the defection of Rudolf Nureyev.
Fred Schepisi's The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith broke new ground in social commentary as well as |Australian Cinema and remains controversial after 40 years.
Two home invaders live to regret breaking into the home of strange family
Motherless Brooklyn trailer: Ed Norton writes, stars and directs the secret history of modern New York
The actor brings to the screen a project 20 years in the making
Writer-director Scott Z. Burns steps behind the camera for a surefire awards contender
The Israeli director's new film is based on an identity crisis he experienced as a young man
Jay Roach's film looks back at the Roger Ailes scandal
A story about a long, drawn out divorce between two established artists
Inconsistencies and sloppy writing can't quite derail an enjoyable finale.
The Truth trailer: Get a first look at Kore-eda's new drama starring Catherine Deneuve, Juliette Binoche and Ethan Hawke
The Japanese auteur's new film is set to open Venice in 9 days time
This 20th Century Fox thriller takes place close to the floor of the ocean
The BFI announce another big film as part of their schedule for this October's festival
Those Who Can't Earn A Living Must Find Another Way To Provide
The shocking events of 1969 rendered through the experience of three women who believed what Charlie said