Screen Anarchy spoke with the legendary Hungarian director in light of his upcoming receipt of the Honorary Award at the 36th European Film Awards.
Jacqueline "Jay" Fuchs and Julian Sands star; director Grazia Tricarico boldly navigates the blurred lines of satire and horror in the story of female bodybuilding.
Markku Hakala and Mari Käki's debut blends suspense mystery with psychological drama in a dark fable of Kafkaesque proportions.
MENUS-PLAISIRS -- LES TROISGROS Review: Frederick Wiseman's Four-Hour Glimpse Into a Family Restaurant
Veteran director Frederick Wiseman, aged 93 and renowned for his distinct fly-on-the-wall documentary style, turns his lens to the Troisgros family restaurant in his latest work. This French culinary landmark has maintained its prestigious three Michelin stars for over five...
Martín Shanly directs and stars in a drama about the shift from the youthful optimism of Generation Y to a growing sense of disillusionment amid life's absurdities.
Pablo Berger crafts an animated narrative that resonates with themes of friendship, loss, and reconnection, all set against the vibrant and nostalgic backdrop of 1980s New York City.
Martín Rejtman employs deadpan absurdism to satirize the trials of mid-life in the life of a yoga coach.
Greta Stocklassa directs a documentary on the diplomatic career of Hans Blix in a generational dialogue on the state of affairs of the current geopolitics.
Tonje Hessen Schei and Michael Rowley's documentary examines the complex and often controversial intertwining of evangelical Christianity with U.S. politics, shedding light on its impact on global geopolitics.
Sophie Compton and Reuben Hamlyn's film explores the alarming rise of non-consensual deepfake pornography.
Jonathan Glazer, Agnieszka Holland, Sandra Hüller and Mads Mikkelsen are among the nominees.
Quentin Dupieux delivers a playful avant-garde biopic with Gilles Lellouche, Édouard Baer, Jonathan Cohen, and Pio Marmaï.
Czech director Michal Hogeanaue's new film is a psychosocial thriller about self-inflicted male paranoia and delusion.
Hungarian director Isti Madarasz orchestrates a whimsical journey between the living and the dead with Péter Bárnai, Vivien Rujder and Erzsébet Kútvölgyi.
Cristi Puiu, Romanian auteur, directs a new epic.
Daniel Auteuil and Emmanuelle Devos star in Belgian director Joachim Lafosse's new drama.
Directed by Henry Bernadet, the dramedy from Canada stars Chaimaa Zinedine, Chris Kanyembuga, Yassine Jabrane, Hani Laroum and Océane Garçon-Gravel.
Directed by Katalin Moldovai, the Hungarian film stars Ágnes Krasznahorkai, Tunde Skovran, Áron Dimenyi, Soma Sandor, Zsolt Bolonyi, and Ágnes Lorincz.
Director Susanna Fogel's new film stars Emilia Jones, Nicholas Braun, Geraldine Viswanathan, Hope Davis, Isabella Rossellini, Liza Koshy, and Isaac Powell.
Anna Buryachkova's feature debut offers a female-centric lens on post-communist adolescence in Eastern Europe.