The dogs of Budapest rebel against their human oppressors in Mundruczó prize-winning feature
David Robert Mitchell’s low-budget horror nods to the genre’s greats while being entirely original
Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy, Judi Dench and other nice people amble through a plot culled from a 1970s sitcom
A landscape of monstrous beauty finds new voice in brothers Daniel and Matthew Wolfe’s tremendous tale of doomed romance
Monroe shines in new chiller It Follows, a psychological horror about a sexually transmitted murderous ghost
Will Smith keeps it on auto-pilot; Margot Robbie looks like she wants to flee
Disney meets Hitchcock in Kornél Mundruczó's beautifully calibrated, immaculately acted Cannes winner
Kenneth Branagh, Julie Andrews and Russell Crowe lined up as part of festival bill
In the 1990s, the Backstreet Boys toured non-stop, burned out and developed various addictions. Now they’re older, wiser and ready to open up
‘Spúinse as Uisce’ the first film to be released in Irish and English by a Hollywood company
The world’s biggest-grossing comedian is everywhere at the moment. He talks about new film The Wedding Ringer, ‘the knack’ of success and growing up in a tough part of Philadelphia
Jennifer Lopez makes an ill-judged return as an English teacher who makes friends with hunk-next-door/total psychopath Ryan Guzman
Actor put on a show but 87th Academy Awards ceremony receives poor reviews
Equal rights, voting rights and immigration rights all placed firmly in front of the cameras
A bold and blistering debut from Daniel and Matthew Wolf playing exclusively at the IFI from Friday, February 27th
Things have fallen just a little quiet. But there are still treats to be had.
If you are of a certain age, then a little bit of you just fell away. A charismatic actor has died.
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