Paula Beer and Franz Rogowski star in director Christian Petzold's reinvention of a mythical water creature story that parallels the history of the city of Berlin.
Kim Min-hee, Lee Eun-mi, and Kwon Hae-hyo star in director Hong Sang-soo's deceptively simple yet deliciously playful film.
Directed by Gianfranco Rosi ('Sacro GRA,' 'Fire at Sea'), the documentary is biting and enormously affecting.
Directed by Dea Kulumvegashivli, the powerful drama is one of the most self-assured debut films in recent memory.
Pedro Costa's latest masterwork is stunning to behold and is now streaming on The Criterion Channel, as part of a new collection of five of his films.
New York 2020 Review: Jia Zhangke's SWIMMING OUT TILL THE SEA TURNS BLUE Presents a History of Literature
Director Jia Zhangke's documentary tells the story of changing times, migration and coming home. And his love for literature.
Lee Kang-sheng stars in director Tsai Ming-liang's most intimate and touching film in years.
Directed by Cristi Puiu, the film deals with dense, heady philosophical musings from another century. But context is everything.
Hopefully, this isn't the first and last collaboration between Pedro Almodovar and Tilda Swinton, because this short film is an extremely enjoyable experience.
Sam Pollard's documentary is a searing indictment of government surveillance and a smear campaign on one of the most revered figures in American history.
The Calming lends something bigger than man-woman tit-a-tat. It is rather, relieving of various pressures in life through constant movement.
Directed by Bas Devos, the drama is quietly enchanting, and delicate in its beauty.
Documentary filmmaker Hubert Sauper, known for his searing films about the African continent, now turns his attention to the island nation of Cuba.
Filmmaker Hubuert Sauper turns his attention to Cuba in his new documentary.
The Great Eastern Japan Earthquake of 11th of March 2011, which took the lives of 15,000, seared deeply into the collective Japanese psyche. There have been films dealing with the aftermath of the disaster, manifested into popular culture in myriad...
The impact of Coronavirus left little doubt the annual slate of festivals that kept every type of cinema across metropolitan Melbourne engaged would be severely impacted this year. Thankfully we adapt, and as streaming, and the proliferation of media available,...
One can't go without mentioning Mizoguchi's superb melodrama, Street of Shame (1959), when we talk about films about sex workers. Like Street of Shame, where there were five different individuals with their own stories to tell, Yamada Kana's Life: Untitled...
Emoto Tasuku and Takiuchi Kumi star in director Arai Haruhiko's romantic tale.
David Thewlis stars in a comeback of sorts for writer and director Atom Egoyan.
Liana Liberato, Noah Le Gros and Jake Weber star in writer/director Jeffrey A. Brown's horror film, streaming soon on Shudder.