Wes Anderson opens the Berlin International Film Festival with an opulent and strangely moving caper movie.
By David Jenkins
Humour is a weapon for good in this heartbreaking and harrowing documentary about life in a social and political hinterland.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
French master Claire Denis gets seedy and sinister with an extraordinary modern riff on the classic noir thriller.
By Violet Lucca
Is this a glossy feature-length advert for toys? Nope, it's a whimsical and hilarious piece of animated nostalgia from Phil Lord and Chris Miller.
By Chris Blohm
Whimsical futuro-romance effortlessly evolves into ambiguous, unfathomable hard sci-fi in Spike Jonze's best film to date.
Cold exteriors and warm interiors combine in the Coen brothers' rhapsodic portrait of a '60s folk singer.
By Adam Woodward
A late-career dirty bomb from Martin Scorsese in this licentious and hilarious essay on greed and excess.
By Calum Marsh
Director Beth B takes us a whirlwind journey through the intoxicating world of body performance.