A superb early example of the Czechoslovak New Wave receives a well-deserved upgrade.
The unconditional bond between a mother and daughter
Robert De Niro’s waiting, talking De Palma
Lars and the dead girl(s)
Life’s a struggle for Àron
The name’s Rick. White Boy Rick.
Cringe comedy and queasy horror merge
TDF Interview: Yann Demange
Damage and delusion in an impressive film debut
Can't you smell it?
A one-take, real-time rendering of that tragic day in 2011
I don't give a damn about my...
Man's best friend
Andy reviews Arrow Academy's newest release which contains two early works of Olivier Assayas.
Trangressive and taboo, Ali Soozandeh's rotoscope animation is grim but packs an emotional punch
"Iranians living outside Iran do not like my film..."
Paul Schrader's dreamily sinister The Comfort of Strangers is available now courtesy of the BFI
An absorbing, well-acted piece of work
A beautiful and bittersweet ballad of love during the Cold War