Programme highlights include a new film from Andrew Kötting plus a look at the Dardenne brothers' early work.
Who picked up the silverware at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, including the coveted Palme d'Or?
Our staff writers pick their 10 personal favourites from this year's festival.
By Adam WoodwardSophie Monks KaufmanDavid Jenkins
The stunning pros and unfortunate cons in Justin Kurzel's take on the Bard just about balance out.
By David Jenkins
Taiwanese master Hou Hsiao-Hsien reinvents the martial arts movie, with utterly astonishing results.
Jacques Audiard follows up Rust and Bone with a nuanced and gratifying immigration tale.
Anaïs Demoustier and Jérémie Elkaïm are perfectly cast in this rewarding tale of forbidden love.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
Gaspar Noé is found fumbling for profundity in this explicit and mildly entertaining 3D sex opus.
By Adam Woodward
Miguel Gomes dazzles and infuriates (but mostly dazzles) with a rambling love poem to his poverty-stricken country.