One of 2014's best films comprises of eleven long takes from inside a Nepalese cable car.
By David Jenkins
Tibetan soil is the big score in this espionage-tinted documentary about a giant political art installation.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
This brilliant and subtle comedy about teenage martyrdom argues that extremism has no place in the modern world.
A timely and powerful exploration into the history of uprising in Africa as seen through the eyes of white liberals.
This one-for-the-ages family movie based on the books by Michael Bond is a full-blown Christmas triumph.
By Adam Woodward
The pod bay doors are open once more for this re-release of Stanley Kubrick's space opera to end all space operas.
It's great to have Tommy Lee Jones back in the directorial saddle, and his latest is a beautifully strange feminist western.
By Glenn Heath Jr
Could this satire on the power of propaganda be the greatest third part to a film franchise ever?