We sit down with Portuguese-American filmmaking duo Gabriel Abrantes and Daniel Schmidt to discuss their endearingly bizarre debut feature.
Urban struggles, queer satires and masculinity in crisis: In our final round-up, we reflect on the most politically charged moments of the 2018 festival.
We speak to director Lukas Dhont about Girl: his new, moving, and richly observed drama about a trans teenager who attempts to become a ballerina.
In our final edition of Cannes festival roundups, we spotlight Moroccan teen pregnancy drama Sofia, Spanish LGBT romance Carmen & Lola, and Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman.
Mads Mikkelsen battles the elements, Chinese maestro Jia Zhang-Ke gets lost in the mob-ruled underworld, and a trans teenage girl seeks acceptance as a ballerina.
From the birth of marijuana trade in Columbia, to a doomed LGBTQ romance in Kenya: we preview the must-see movies of the world’s biggest film festival.
Ken Loach has been a force in British filmmaking for over 50 years: exposing injustice, standing up for the marginalised and fighting the powers that be. Now he's made his angriest film yet.
Dheepan tells the story of a man who flees to France with a fake family to try to start again after involvement in Sri Lankan conflict.
Director, Trey Edward Shults, filmed a personal drama about alcoholism in nine days using his own family.
Chloé Zhao's debut is set on Pine Ridge reservation where children try to survive as adults lie wasted around them.
The granddaughter of former Chilean president, Salvador Allende, compels her close relatives to open up about what happened after his suicide in 1973.
New documentary, Sembene! and 1966 Senegalese drama Black Girl screened to celebrate African filmmaker's restored legacy.