Late Night is a funny, clever crowd-pleaser starring Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling that zings with laugh-out-loud one-liners – it’s directed by Nisha Ganatra of Transparent.
Trump-era America is under an unforgiving spotlight in Miguel Arteta’s visually beautiful dark comedy Beatriz at Dinner, starring a luminous Salma Hayek.
A poignant New York story of love in a dark time, Ira Sachs’ Love Is Strange makes for a fine romance of the most human kind.
Love Is Strange by Mark Wilshin Following his New York story of impossible love Keep The Lights On, Ira Sachs returns with another devastating…Read More
With jury president producer James Schamus at the helm, the 64th Berlin Film Festival sees a lot of Eastern promise with Awards for both China and Japan.Read More
Love is strange. No, not the Fifties pop song by Mickey and Sylvia, but Ira Sachs’ latest film. Like his previous Keep The Lights…Read More