'Welcome to Leith' Is One of the Best Documentaries Screening At This Year's Hot Docs
Following a community’s efforts to save their town from the plans of a white supremacist.
All the Repetitive Falling in ‘The Falling’ Becomes a Failing
We review Carol Morley's follow-up to 'Dreams of a Life'.
Pop and Politics Collide in 'Sweet Micky for President'
Ben Patterson's documentary gives us a perspective on Haiti that goes beyond Sean Penn’s charity efforts.
Roy Andersson's 'A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence'
We review the latest in a triptych that began with 2000's Songs From the Second Floor.
"Russell's Different. He's Genuinely Committed" - Michael Winterbottom on Russell Brand
We spoke to the prolific director of 'The Emperor's New Clothes' about inequality, revolution, and the bearded messiah.
Lars von Trier Is Working on a TV Series About a Serial Killer
Although we might not see it for a couple of years.
Revisiting Mitch Hedberg's Lost Film ‘Los Enchilladas!’
The stand-up's first and only feature has finally been lifted from obscurity.
Watch Horror Maestro John Carpenter Enter a Virtual Reality
The director effectively becomes one of those Daft Punk robots.
This Week’s Movie News in GIFs
The ‘It Follows’ sequel has definitely got our vote.
When Footballers Try Acting: From Best to Worst
Surely one of the greatest lines ever: “I am not a man. I am Cantona.”
Richard Linklater and Christopher Nolan Are Among TIME’s 100 Most Influential People
It reads more like a “who’s big in Hollywood right now” list.
This Year’s Cannes Line-Up Features New Films from Gus Van Sant, Woody Allen & More
Break the internet, #Cannes2015.