Sam Mendes’s one-shot, first world war Oscar favourite is a technical achievement in search of a compelling story.
Counting down the top 20 films of 2019, from Lulu Wang’s The Farewell and Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman, to Noah Baumbach’s Marriage Story and Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade.
Ana de Armas and Daniel Craig star in Rian Johnson’s deliciously playful murder mystery thriller.
Martin Scorsese’s sprawling, masterful crime epic is a wintry, melancholy examination of loyalty, corruption, family and regret.
Akwafina impresses with a nuanced and moving performance in The Farewell, Lulu Wang’s warm, personal portrait of a Chinese family.
A teenager’s life in 1980s Britain is transformed when he discovers Bruce Springsteen’s music in Gurinder Chadha’s coming-of-age crowd-pleaser.
Director Elfar Adalsteins and actor John Hawkes were in attendance at the Edinburgh International Film Festival to discuss their new film End of Sentence.
John Hawkes and Logan Lerman star in this tender portrait of grief and fractured family dynamics as a father and son embark on an Irish road trip.
Martin Freeman stars as a man with cataplexy in this sweet, funny and beguiling romantic comedy from director Jason Winer.
Nick Robinson investigates a mysterious pregnancy in Rowan Athale’s half-baked, tonally mismanaged thriller.