The emerging Greek director Christos Nikou is the latest guardian to keep the flame of Greek New Wave cinematic oddities smoldering. Nine years after Yorgos Lanthimos' remarkable Alps bowed on the Lido, Nikou arrives at La Biennale with Apples (original title:...
British director Peter Strickland evokes his chamber sonic horror Berberian Sound Studio in his latest work. Flux Gourmet pushes the envelope further into an absurdist direction, marking his most hilarious venture so far. After his Giallo homage in Berberian Sound Studio, Strickland...
Master stop-motion animator Phil Tippett's unsettling, yet still somewhat perversely mesmerizing spectacle, is a marvel to behold.
Denis Podalydès, Christophe Paou, and Guilaine Londez star in a comedy from France, directed by Jean-Christophe Meurisse.
Directed by Augusto Sandino, the mysterious drama from Colombia stars Christian Ballesteros, Nury Márquez and Sebastian Pii.
Asa Butterfield, Gwendoline Christie and Ariane Labed star; Peter Strickland ('In Fabric,' 'Duke of Burgundy') directed.
Michael Thomas, Tessa Göttlicher, and Hans-Michael Rehberg star in the latest work by the renowned Austrian provocateur, a signature Seidlian tragicomedy.
Rising U.S. indie cinema filmmaker Tyler Taormina delivers a curiously experimental follow-up to his debut, 'Ham on Rye.'
From Kazakhstan and director Adilkhan Yerzhanov comes a comic thriller about a teacher and fellow parents deciding to fight back against an armed invasion of their school.
Kristine Froseth, Jon Bernthal and Luka Sabbat star in Lena Dunham's refreshingly sunny pandemic romantic dramedy.
Director Ed Perkins' documentary relives the fate, myth and media legacy of the late princess.
László Csuja and Anna Nemes directed the dramatic feature, starring Eszter Csonka, György Turós and Csaba Krisztik.
In Amy Berg's documentary miniseries, Evan Rachel Wood goes on the record about her abusive relationship with shock rocker Marilyn Manson.
International Film Festival Rotterdam pivots to a virtual event for its 51st edition due to the latest coronavirus wave.
Hi All, here at ScreenAnarchy we are wishing you the best for 2022! And with the previous year now in the past, let us make a tally of what movies we liked most in 2021. Everyone here was encouraged to...
Robert Wieckiewicz, Michalina Labacz, and Agata Kulesza star in an unorthodox Holocaust movie, directed by Polish provocateur Wojciech Smarzowski ('Clergy').
Russian director Kirill Sokolov ('Why Don't You Just Die!') returns with an ultraviolent family feud encore.
From Hungary comes a dystopian drama by filmmaker György Pálfi.
Directed by Paul Verhoeven, the biographical drama stars Virginie Efira, Daphne Patakia and Charlotte Rampling.
Directed by Aleksandra Terpinska, the drama from Poland stars Jacek Beler, Sonia Bohosiewicz and Magdalena Kolesnik.