Mike Leigh’s ‘Peterloo’: First Trailer For Drama About the 19th Century Massacre

Mike Leigh follows Mr Turner with another period film, about the killing of protestors in Manchester in 1819 that led to the founding of the Guardian

Ukrainian Filmmaker Enters 57th Day of Hunger Strike in Russian Prison Camp

The European Film Academy is planning a vigil for detained Ukrainian director Oleg Sentsov opposite the Russian Embassy in Berlin on Tuesday (July 10)

Netflix Sets Up First European Production Hub In Madrid

Netflix has announced its first European production hub in Madrid.

Toronto Film Festival Line-up to Include World Premieres Of ‘Widows’, ‘High Life’, ‘Beautiful Boy’

As the shock of Sunday’s fatal city shootings hung in the air, the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) hierarchy cancelled Tuesday’s opening press conference in favour of a more modest platform to unveil a Galas and Special Presentations line-up that includes world premieres for Steve McQueen’s thriller Widows and Claire Denis’ first English-language film, High Life.

Stream Guy Maddin’s Haunting Experimental Film SEANCES for Free

Eerie, avant-garde film installation SEANCES available to stream for free.

Tsai Ming-Liang’s new VR work ‘The Deserted’ Embraces 360-degree Cinema

Ming-Liang’s new, immersive work with no dialogue wowed moviegoers of the Hong Kong International Film Festival

Filmmaker Alejandro Iñárritu’s Virtual Reality Installation Explores the Human Condition

Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s conceptual virtual reality installation CARNE y ARENA (Virtually present, Physically invisible) explores the human condition of immigrants and refugees.

China Digital Adoption Outstripping International Market

The adoption of streaming sites in home entertainment spend by Chinese consumers is significantly ahead of the international market and by 2022 will reach around $8.3bn, nearly three times as much as the next highest country.

‘Buffalo Boys’: New York Asian Film Festival Review

Indonesian western marks producer Mike Wiluan’s directorial debut

‘Amin’: Cannes Review

An immigrant from Senegal struggles to find happiness in France

‘Mirai’: Cannes Review

Charming animation from Japan takes a toddler-eye view of a new arrival in the family

‘The Snatch Thief’: Cannes Review

A petty Argentinian criminal undergoes a fortuitous change of identity