Any film that covers thirty years in the life of its subject will inevitably contain an generous amount of incident, especially if that person is as industrious and well-travelled as READ MORE
The prolific French filmmaker François Ozon has tackled a multitude of genres over the course of his 20-year career. With Frantz, he travels to the past for an alluring READ MORE
After the austere brilliance of Beyond the Hills, leading Romanian director Cristian Mungiu returns to Bucharest with a tale of compromised morality. Unlike his Palme d’Or-winning 4 Months, 3 READ MORE
Compassion drives all of the Dardennes’ work, from their international breakthrough The Promise (1996) and Palme d’Or winners Rosetta (1999) and The Child (2005) to Two Days, One Night (2014) READ MORE
For his second feature as director, Matt Ross reinvents the family drama with Viggo Mortensen as a father determined not to bow to conventions. It’s fresh, smart and rewarding.
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Victoria is Sebastian Schipper’s formally brilliant, logistically jaw-dropping fourth feature. Unfolding in one single take and shot when most of Berlin was sleeping, it is an audacious crime thriller.
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