Watch – Interview with acclaimed Chilean director Pablo Larrain on his controversial new film ‘The Club’
Set in a sleepy, quaint Chilean beach town, a collection of four disgraced priests live secluded: cast out and damned by society for crimes that they have committed, including such abominations as child abuse a... Read More...
A forlorn, circumspect amble through turmoil in advancing age is the motor behind Mia Hansen-Love’s downbeat Things To Come (L’avenir). A departure from her previous works focusing on youth, her contemplative fifth feature nestles in competition for the prestigious Golden Bear. It is easy to observe why.
Loaded with a big name cast hamming it up to the nines, Joel and Ethan Coen return having shamelessly plumbed and thumbed the contents of their contact list to wield some starry-eyed gloss to their affectionate, yet also occasionally cutting, look at the Hollywood machine in the 1950s in Hail, Caesar.