This is the sort of achingly worthy film that, when shown to schoolchildren in civics class, causes the poor tykes to yearn for double maths.
With only five features in 45 years, this iconoclastic Swede director of ‘A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence’ is willing to wait to make movies his way – no matter whose feathers get ruffled
A Pigeon Sat in a Branch Reflecting on Existence is the final instalment of a trilogy that began in 2000 with Songs From the Second Floor
Russell Brand is merely preaching to the converted in Michael Winterbottom’s new film
Maisie Williams stars as a schoolgirl in a tragic, quasi-Sapphic relationship
The latest big-bang Avengers romp may have the cast and the quips, but superhero mania is surely on the wane
I Am Belfast, a film by Cousins with a score by David Holmes, tells the story of the city as embodied by a 10,000-year-old woman. It feels, fittingly, like a long, strange dream
Child 44 star Noomi Rapace is a model of congeniality at the premiere of Soviet-Era thriller Child 44; co-star Tom Hardy is less forthcoming... is it perhaps because he modelled his accent on the Count from Sesame Street?
Hacked Sony emails reveal star’s request, ‘Finding Your Roots’ TV show omitted facts
This socially aware film from Colombia can’t settle on a story
Director Carol Morley’s new film, ‘The Falling’, chronicles a fainting epidemic at an all-girls school
Former Manchester United striker Eric Cantona is the law enforcer in a good old-fashioned western
Her Tallaght accent is rapid, she’s been on the tear around Dublin with Jack Reynor, and she took little convincing to make Glasslands. Australian actor Toni Collette talks to Donald Clarke
Dresden-born director’s lesser-known story is well worth rediscovering
Crowd-pleasing documentary about a classic under-horse story
GLASSLAND is Gerard Barrett's award-winning Irish drama starring Toni Collette, Jack Reynor, Will Poulter and Michael Smiley
After an easy one and a hard one, it's a middling one.
Gaspar Noe and Apichatpong Weerasethakul make welcome appearances, but not where we expected them to be.
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