British director Julian Jarrold, the filmaker behind ‘Kinky Boots’ and ‘Red Riding 1974’, returns with ‘Sulphur and White’. The true story of city trader David Tait, it stars Mark Stanley in the lead.
ASFF reports from the 70th edition of the Berlin Film Festival, which has seen premieres from Sally Potter, Christian Petzold and Jia Zhang-ke. Discover the highlights from this year’s festival.
ASFF takes a look at the week’s cinema releases, a rich selection including the long-awaited return of Richard Stanley and Céline Sciamma’s sublime ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’.
Todd Haynes, the director of ‘Velvet Goldmine’ and ‘Carol’, returns with ‘Dark Waters’, a true-life tale of corporate negligence on a grand scale, starring Mark Ruffalo and Anne Hathaway.
ASFF surveys the week’s cinema releases, including documentary ‘Midnight Family’ and Jessica Hausner’s ‘Little Joe’, featuring a Cannes-winning turn from Emily Beecham.
The 70th edition of the Berlin Film Festival kicks off this week. ASFF previews some of the highlights, including Sally Potter’s latest, ‘The Roads Not Taken’.
Michael Winterbottom reunites with Steve Coogan for ‘Greed’, a satrirical comedy about a wealthy high-street fashion tycoon about to celebrate his 60th birthday with a lavish bash.
ASFF looks at the week’s releases, including documentaries, ‘Jihad Jane’ and ‘When Lambs Become Lions’, and the new feature from Japanese maverick Takashi Miike, ‘First Love’.
Jessica Hausner, the director behind ‘Lovely Rita’ and ‘Amour Fou’, returns with her first English-language tale, ‘Little Joe’. A scientist develops a happiness-inducing plant.
Autumn de Wilde makes her feature debut with ‘Emma’, a sparkling adaptation of Jane Austen’s novel that stars Anya Taylor-Joy as the matchmaking heroine in Regency-era England.
What’s new to the world of streaming? ASFF highlights new shows on Netflix and Amazon Prime, including the penultimate season of the brilliant ‘Better Call Saul’.
ASFF surveys the week’s cinema releases, including ‘Mr. Jones’, a harrowing true-life historical drama, and Bong Joon-ho’s award-winning ‘Parasite’.
A black comedy-thriller about the rich-poor divide, Bong Joon-ho’s multi-award winner – and six-time Oscar nominee – ‘Parasite’ has finally arrived in the UK.
ASFF looks at the week’s wide-ranging and topical cinema releases, including Clint Eastwood’s latest drama, ‘Richard Jewell’ and the hard-hitting thriller ‘Queen & Slim’.
Academy Award-nominated for his performance, Tom Hanks stars as Fred Rogers, the iconic American TV presenter in this tale from Marielle Heller, ‘A Beautiful Day In The Neighbourhood’.
Robert Eggers, director of ‘The Witch’, delivers his second movie, ‘The Lighthouse’, a unique psychological drama starring Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson as two lighthouse keepers.
ASFF takes a look at the selection for this year’s Sundance Film Festival, which takes place in Utah, and features 118 new independent movies from American and world cinema.
ASFF surveys the week’s cinema releases, including ‘Present.Perfect’, a video essay on Chinese online society, and a new documentary about 1970s British band, The Real Thing.
Armando Iannucci, the director behind ‘In the Loop’ and ‘The Death of Stalin’, returns with ‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’, a new adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic.
Alcopops. VHS tapes. Cigarettes. Boys. MSN Messenger. This is 2003. Set on the Isle of Wight, fragments of the director’s teenage video diaries collide with a fictional story.