Starring Robin Williams, this 1996 US remake of a 1970s French farce celebrated the joy of being gay in a way that was radical, writes Emily Maskell.
The Regency aesthetic is back. I spoke to Madelaine Turner about her latest creative endeavours.
Eva Green’s astronaut explores uncharted territory in more ways than one in Alice Winocour’s space drama.
In the box office history of Disney-Pixar movies, 2007's Ratatouille does not even chart in the top ten. Yet the cult classic, about an ambitious rat dreaming of becoming a Parisian chef, has been granted a second life on TikTok.
Across It Felt Like Love, Beach Rats and Never Rarely Sometimes Always, Emily Maskell writes on Hittman’s tactile fascination and exploration of the human body, closing in on the details of our skin.
This beautiful indie gem from Canadian filmmaker Geneviève Dulude-De Celles charts a teenage girl's anxious adolescence
In James Eames’ pertinent documentary, the rumbles of a revolution begin to reverberate.
Two brilliant new movies are giving the quiet teenage girl a long-awaited strength. Emily Maskell looks back on The Edge of Seventeen and Eighth Grade, celebrating the voices of the ones who usually hide.
Steve Zahn and Sasha Knight share beautiful chemistry in a tender portrait of a father and his transgender child out in the wilderness
This story of trailblazing nuns is presented with bold colour and poignant reflection.
The late actress gives a heartfelt final turn in writer-director Phil Connell's simple but joyous tale of intergenerational connection
Zaida Bergroth’s stunning biopic charmingly centres on artist and writer Tove Jansson’s (Alma Pöysti) bohemian life.