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Sophia Coppola's Lost In Translation shows that she is set to join her father as one of American cinema's most interesting filmmakers.
Friday the thirteenth brought a double dose of good fortune for London's cinema-goers, with the UK release of both Lars von Trier's...
In March 2001 the gigantic statue of Buddha hewn in a cavity of the rock in Bamiyan, Afghanistan, was destroyed by the ruling Taliban, along with...
Amores Perros, the debut feature by Mexican director Alejandro González Iñárritu, brought him international...
'Forgive them lord... they know not what they do', said Robert Powell, shooting Zeffirelli's Jesus Of Nazareth. After the take, Laurence...
A flawed but astounding work which pushes at the boundaries of what film can do.
An honest and courageous documentary, chronicling the disintegration of a middle-class suburban Jewish family.
Did you spot as many references in Tarantino's misshapen masterpiece as we did? Read on to find out…
It’s a little late in the day, but not too late if you run, to catch Errol Morris’ scintillating doc – The Fog of...
Daughter of one of Iran’s most successful directors, Samira Makhmalbaf has become an important figure in Asian cinema in her own right, being...
This is Julie Bertuccelli’s first walk into the world of fiction, although, she affirms, it is taken from a true story. Set in the former...
Gven that General Franco’s regime outlasted its fascist counterparts by thirty years, Spanish cinema inevitably spent the mid-twentieth...
Luck: some have it, some don't, and boy does Bernie Lootz (William H Macy) not have it. In fact, he is so unlucky that he is employed by his friend...
Ah, sex and money, money and sex – two things we are obsessed by, and eternal causes for complaint amongst those that have no luck with...
Okay groovy title I know, and the premise sounds mad but here we go – the Gobi Desert, spring 2002: a family of nomadic shepherds assists...
Controversial but hugely popular, Michael Moore continues his quest to expose the ills of an unjust world.
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