The wailing does what great South Korean films do best - it transcends genres with confounding ease. It’s a potent thriller-mystery-whodunnit with a dash of black comedy....

In Bruges, or a film I refer to as The film with the most what-the-f*ck moments, is easily one I can (and have) watched a hundred times....

Sofia Coppola recently became only the second woman in the history of Cannes to win Best Director. She won for “The Beguiled,” a remake of a Clint...

Andrea Arnold’s three hour epic, American Honey (2016), recipient of the Cannes Jury Prize, begins in a manner that completely negates traditional Hollywood expectations of a theatrical experience that...

After producing his first film outside of Iran, the much revered Le Passé, auteur Asghar Farhadi returns to Tehran for a film that draws on his experience...

Okay, let's be honest, we all know that villains tend to be endowed with a slightly deeper reservoir of intellect. Naturally, they are always one step ahead,...

Where does one start with this? So, a few years ago, shortly after the cacophony that was Nine, I found myself completely infatuated by the intricately composed and...

Although underappreciated by the Cannes judging panel, Toni Erdmann thrived at other festivals, cleaning up at the European Film Awards and then being shortlisted for the foreign...

Nigerian photographer, Uche Okpa-Iroha digitally inserts himself into scenes from the gangster epic film, The Godfather. This series, titled Plantation Boy is a set of still images...

Adding my voice to the already extremely vocal cyber din that surrounds Call Me By Your Name has me bolting my door, changing my name (ahem…) and...