An erotic odyssey from Abdellatif Kechiche becomes the most universally adored film at Cannes 2013.
By David Jenkins
Hopes were sky high for James Gray's lavish NY period drama, but this one left us cold.
Paul Wright flies the Union Jack on the Croisette with his energetic, if flawed debut feature.
It's time to meet the devil. Nicolas Winding Refn and Ryan Gosling reteam to take us on a strange and spectacularly violent journey to hell.
By Adam Woodward
Claire Denis' new film may not be playing in the Cannes competition, but that doesn't prevent it from being a masterpiece.
Japanese maverick Takashi Miike's high-concept cop thriller failed to deliver a killer blow to this year's competition.
Italy's Paolo Sorrentino returns to Cannes with a glittering, exhilarating, if entirely oblique existential odyssey.
David Lowery's poetic period romance and Clio Barnard's gritty northern fable each offer their own distinct take on love, loss and companionship.
The Coen brothers return with another effortlessly brilliant comedy, this one set in the '60s New York folk scene.