Federico Fellini's iconic masterpiece is back on the big screen. Don't miss it.
By Ian Mantgani
An ambling, intimate portrait of concert pianist Martha Argerich by her daughter, Stéphanie.
By David Jenkins
A warm, nostalgic doc which asks the question on all our lips: who is the real Big Bird?
By Adam Woodward
The French directors behind 2011's beloved Untouchable returns with an immigrant-themed clanger.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
This prison drama attempts to conjure the interior life of a monster, and singularly fails in that aim.
Carey Mulligan shimmers in an otherwise fairly ordinary adaptation of the Thomas Hardy classic.
By Trevor Johnston
A thoughtful dissection of corruption and teen foibles among the black community in South London.
This exploration into the life and music of the late Elliott Smith disappointingly shuns his dark side.
By Gabriela Helfet
Prepare to be floored by Christian Petzold's masterful postwar melo, particularly for its astonishing final shot.