Peter Strickland's latest film is an insightful, layered look at relationships that contains a few conversation-starting scenes.
Striving for perfection can drive you insane, but I didn't realise just how insane I'd become until I watched Black Swan.
Stinking Heaven is the sardonic new comedy about recovering addicts who reside in a chaotic self-run sober-living home that sells kombucha out of a van.
The director's latest movie is a haunting deconstruction of a small-time performer's psyche as he travels across the desolate Mojave Desert.
The real monsters in modern, independent horror movies aren't ghosts or demons – they're other human beings. Is scare cinema growing up?
In his new movie, director Michael Mann strips action-flick conventions down to their core elements and reconfigures them into something more abstract and visceral.
MSG: The Messenger of God is a Bollywood film that critics claim is trying to proselytise on behalf of a bizarre and controversial religious sect.
The underdogs found their way to the top of New York's club scene, quickly outranking anyone who'd made their lives hell.
The Academy snubbed minority actors and filmmakers this year, but the problem runs deeper than black faces not holding little gold statues.
Greg Barker's documentary takes an in-depth look at an exceedingly complex global phenomenon – the Arab Spring.
He became famous for writing The Beach, and now he's making his own movies.
The Tribe is an exercise in both watching and listening to a movie in a new way. All the dialogue is in sign language, with no subtitles provided.
It wasn't the graphic sex scenes that made me uncomfortable, but how it forced me to confront my fear of heartbreak.
We talked to the award-winning filmmaker about some of his favourite movies and music.
You know Alex Karpovsky as Ray Ploshansky, the sardonic coffee shop manager in Girls. For the past decade, however, he's also acted and directed numerous projects in America's independent film scene.
Meredith Danluck sits down with the filmmaker to talk about his new psychedelic noir thriller, an adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's 2009 novel. He also shares an exclusive trailer.
Julian Yuri Rodriguez's latest short, Lake Mahar, gets at the anxieties of white America with a hyper-accelerated rhythm and an insane sense of humour.
The director of There Will Be Blood and Boogie Nights was behind the camera for the adaptation of Inherent Vice, the reclusive author's psychedelic noir-thriller.
We talked to Abderrahmane Sissako about his new film, Timbuktu, a much-lauded humanist drama set against the Sharia occupation of Northern Mali in 2012.
We talked to the great music documentarian about immortalising The Sex Pistols and The Clash on film.
Every Monday, Guy Montgomery and Tim Batt wake up at 9AM to watch Grown Ups 2 and then discuss the movie on a podcast called The Worst Idea of All Time.
We talked to the cast and creators of The Interview – Seth Rogen, James Franco, and Evan Goldberg – two days before the world premiere of the film in Los Angeles.
In the mid 1990s, Leonardo DiCaprio was best friends with Dana Giacchetto, a former investment banker who went to jail for misappropriating approximately £6 million.
I spoke with the film's co-director Sarah Kernochan about why the Academy Award–winning doc was lost for three decades, and how it was found again.