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‘Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy’ (‘Guzen to sozo’): Film Review | Berlin 2021

Chance and coincidence play starring roles in Ryusuke Hamaguchi's female-driven portmanteau feature.

‘Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn’: Film Review | Berlin 2021

Director Radu Jude's Berlin competition contender 'Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn' is a scathing social satire about sex, lies and videotape.

‘Preparations to Be Together for an Unknown Period of Time’: Film Review

A lovesick brain surgeon questions her grasp on reality in Hungarian director Lili Horvat's cryptic Oscar contender.

‘The Last Ones’ (‘Viimased’): Film Review

Estonian director Veiko Ounpuu scores his third shot at the Academy Awards with this gritty “Nordic Western” set against the wintry majesty of Lapland, 'The Last Ones.'

‘Gorbachev. Heaven’: Film Review

Director Vitaly Mansky secures an intimate audience with the former Soviet premier whose democratic reforms helped end the Cold War in 'Gorbachev. Heaven.'

‘In the Mirror’: Film Review

Laila Pakalnina's surreal comic fable 'In the Mirror' reboots Snow White for an age of selfies and social media body-shaming.

‘A Christmas Carol’: Film Review

Carey Mulligan, Martin Freeman, Daniel Kaluuya and Andy Serkis lend their voices to this semi-animated version of the classic Dickens ghost story 'A Christmas Carol'.

‘Radiograph of a Family’: Film Review | IDFA 2020

Firouzeh Khosrovani's prize-winning documentary 'Radiograph of a Family' uses the tensions between her parents as a mirror for Iran's turbulent recent history.

‘Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds With Shane MacGowan’: Film Review | DOC NYC 2020

Johnny Depp raises a glass to his hard-drinking rocker friend Shane MacGowan in director Julien Temple's latest music documentary 'Crock of Gold.'

‘Pixie’: Film Review

Olivia Cooke plays a kick-ass heroine on the run from drug gangsters and killer priests in Barnaby Thompson's Irish comedy-thriller 'Pixie,' co-starring Alec Baldwin.

‘Ultraviolence’: Film Review | London 2020

Ken Fero's powerful documentary 'Ultraviolence' chronicles a brutal history of deaths in U.K. police custody.

‘Supernova’: Film Review | San Sebastian 2020

Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci play long-term lovers facing slow-motion tragedy in Harry Maqueen's poignant road movie 'Supernova'.