Southern California's annual survey of the best in world cinema brings high art and challenging visions to the heart of Hollywood.
By Glenn Heath Jr
Stunt philosopher Slavoj Zizek returns with another round of high-wire intellectual discourse.
By Joseph Walsh
John Hawkes puts in an astonishing shift as a polio victim who wants nothing more than to get to fourth base.
By Adam Woodward
This solid, low-key debut from Scott Graham shows great promise, but fails to satisfy as a compelling drama.
By David Jenkins
This in-your-face glance at Paris's underground punk community has a surfeit of energy but lacks a compelling reason to exist.
Jem Cohen's beautiful city symphony examines the ambiguity of art and romance.
Barry Berk’s first feature as writer/director is a thriller which attempts to explore and emulate the ravages of grief.
By Emma Simmonds
Artist and cartoonist Ralph Steadman is long overdue a cinematic eulogy, but this doc fails to hold the attention.
By Adam Lee Davies
Mat Whitecross' Madchester love letter emphatically captures the spirit of youth.
By Dan Brightmore