The destroyer of worlds: Scarlett Johansson in Lucy

The odd, ill-considered sponsorship deal aside, Scarlett Johansson has been doing very well for herself lately. Her and Under the Skin are among th(...)

From debuting New Jersey film-maker Daniel Patrick Corbone comes this well-regarded, multi-award-winning coming-of-age movie. Don’t expect the rosy hu(...)

Lykke Li: ‘The older you get, the more refined you become, and you can step into the light and become a real woman’

Lykke Li has had the blues and that’s okay with her. Without the melancholy and ennui that followed the break-up of a relationship, the Swedish sin(...)

Still the Water **** Directed by Naomi Kawase. Starring Makiko Watanabe, Hideo Sakaki, Jun Murakami, Miyuki Matsuda, Tetta Sugimoto. 110 min, in compe(...)

The last time I spoke with Lenny Abrahamson, he had to explain why he took so long with his work. Adam & Paul, his era-defining study of two wande(...)

It is often said that Aidan Gillen is among the shyest of actors; that he’s the Artist Least Likely to Talk Guff; that between transatlantic jobs, he (...)

Writer/Director David Gordon Green at the Sundance festival in Park City, Utah. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)

Imagine, if you will, that Terrence Malick decided to direct an instalment of the American Pie franchise. Further imagine that, rather than mould t(...)

Nick Robinson, Gabriel Basso and Moises Arias in The Kings of Summer
The Kings of Summer

The award-winning debut feature from Funny or Die alumnus Jordan Vogt-Roberts doesn’t actually kick off with guest star Terrence Malick bellowing the (...)

The Kings of Summer

The award-winning debut feature from Funny or Die alumnus Jordan Vogt-Roberts doesn’t actually kick off with guest star Terrence Malick bellowing the (...)

It’s not easy being one of the most beautiful women on the planet. No, really. Just ask Olga Kurylenko. At 33, the Ukrainian-born star of incom(...)