Bornila Chatterjee’s The Hungry (2017) – IFFLA- U. S. Theatrical Premiere, April 13

Adapting Shakespeare from the setting of Roman power struggle to contemporary India is a good fit since corporate greed extracts just as much blood in full sunlight.

First Bedouin Feature ‘Eed’ in the Works at Jerusalem’s Pitch Point Event

The first ever feature directed by Bedouin filmmakers – and giving a rare insight into Israel’s Bedouin community – was among the 10 projects unveiled at Jerusalem Film Festival’s Pitch Point industry event over the weekend.

Review: A Godard Film About Making Movies Arrives in New York

‘The Rise and Fall of a Small Film Company,’ a shot-on-video picture made in 1986 and having its official New York premiere in a new restoration, is one of the most diverting and substantial of these.

‘Sicario 2: Soldado’ Review

‘Sicario: Day of the Soldado’ is an All-American fever dream

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

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.

‘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