Ryan Gilbey has said all there is to say for the moment about Terrence Malick (page 40), whose long-awaited Tree of Life is the main attraction at this year's Cannes Film Festival, which runs from 11 to 22 May.
The acclaimed director on a new breed of British film-makers.
Soviet cinema had a brief but remarkable flowering in the 1920s.
Political, questioning art film is a vital but threatened form.
Music does the talking in this tale of a Breton family.
“I’m an attention-seeker. I’m useless at everything else”
Seven highlights, as recommended by us.
An interview with Paul Schrader, writer of <em>Taxi Driver</em>.
Two and a half hours of sadism fails to impress.
Joe Wright's <em>Hanna</em> draws on a rich vein of assassin comedies.
Activist video is providing a corrective to the mainstream media - but nothing beats the power of a
A minimalist Russian thriller annoys and amazes Ryan Gilbey.
Five films that play with the private eye movie.
A long, parched journey along the Oregon Trail.
Watch the trailer and win tickets to the premiere here.
I used to be suspicious of film critics. Not now.
Armadillo highlights the problems documentary makers have in conveying the truth about war.
Antonia Quirke talks to Peter Bogdanovich about The Last Picture Show.
This time-loop movie isn't as clever as it thinks it is.
FILM: What the mainstream media didn't show you on Saturday.
Herzog’s enigmatic musings have an emotional effect on Ryan Gilbey.
Thoughts about comic actors turning straight.
Screen legend dies at the age of 79.
Only one of these debut directors has found his voice.
Ken Loach and Woody Allen are back, but their movies display familiar flaws.
Ryan Gilbey on a fittingly understated adaptation of Haruki Murakami.
FILM: Theatre under threat from the cuts.
Unlike out-of-town multiplexes, the likes of Walthamstow's EMD bring communities together.
Colin Firth’s awards season triumph is part of a ruthless British takeover of Hollywood.
There was never one single Schindler's list and the real Itzhak Stern bore little resemblance to the character in Steven Spielberg's film.