The iconoclastic British filmmaker, whose legendary debut, The Draughtsman's Contract, is out now in a 4K restoration, on some of his passions.
Director Rodrigo Reyes looks at what a documentary can and should be, through the lens of his new film about Mexico’s past and present, 499.
A history of existential freakouts, from 1953 to the current age.
The latest feel-good comedy drama export from the U.K. feels like a familiar product, but only the coldest of hearts could remain unmoved by it.
Made almost 40 years after the U.S. withdrawal from Vietnam, this documentary underlines why we must not forget the lessons of that war.
The Sacrament can be described as a “found-footage” film. This term was popularized by The Blair Witch Project in 1999...