Chloe Sevigny strikes her axe blows against an oppressive patriarchy in Craig William Macneill’s Lizzie – with superb support from Kristen Stewart.
A charismatic, nuanced turn by Kristen Stewart holds together an improbable yet strangely compelling mixture of fashion and supernatural horror in Oliver Assayas’s Personal Shopper.
Kelly Reichardt takes an appraising look at four women’s lives in Certain Women‘s intriguingly overlapping stories.
And the winner of the Cannes Film Festival 2016 Palme d’Or is Ken Loach for his searing film of social criticism I, Daniel Blake.Read More
Cafe Society is Woody Allen on good form in a stylish love letter to 1930s Hollywood and New York.Read More
The meaning of life, cinema and everything, Olivier Assayas’ Clouds of Sils Maria is a powerful, thought-provoking two-hander of subtle performance from Stewart and Binoche.
In Still Alice Julianne Moore gives a moving performance as a woman struggling to retain her sense of self as she develops early onset Alzheimer’s.
Powerful and moving with excellent performances from Kristen Stewart and Peyman Moaadi, Camp X-Ray puts a human face on the detainees of Guantanamo Bay.Read More