The winner of a recent poll to discover the greatest documentary of all time is re-released to cinemas.
By Trevor Johnston
Albert Maysles penultimate film suggests that rabid consumerism can be refined and charming.
By Matt Thrift
Pixar are firing on all pistons with this wonderful, colour-coded exploration of a child's inner psyche.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
Mia Hansen-Løve's extraordinary fourth feature is about the impossibility of beat-matching life and fashion.
By David Jenkins
Two chapters in the tumultuous life of volatile Beach Boys front-man, Brian Wilson.
By Cormac O'Brien
The high priest of gloom, Bruno Dumont, returns with a comedy which is part Jacques Tati, part Twin Peaks.
By Anton Bitel
Orson Welles is some kind of a man in this grisly, ultra-melancholic border-town noir from 1958.
Do Ghibli and Pixar have a new rival in Irish director Tomm Moore? This stunning film would suggest they do.