Matt Riviera suffers from terminal wanderlust, a penchant for daydreaming and the tendency to function under the mistaken assumption that reality can rarely compete with fiction.
Political cinema for the masses: this Powerpoint presentation packs a punch.
Three minimalist love stories set against three eras of Taiwan's history make up this arthouse gem by Hou Hsiao-Hsien.
Tommy Lee Jones' directorial debut is a thoughtful, brooding western.
Sofia Coppola's eagerly awaited anachronistic biopic, starring Kirsten Dunst, is pure eye-candy.
Pedro Almodóvar's new film is an early frontrunner for the Palme D'Or.
Nani Moretti is back in competition at Cannes with a sharp political satire.
You don't have to be a headbanger to enjoy this journey, as long as you're happy to stick to sightseeing.
Everything you need to know about the 2006 Cannes Film Festival.
Before United 93 and The Bourne Supremacy was Paul Greengrass's devastating masterpiece Bloody Sunday.
South Africa's first Oscar-winner is a coming-of-age gangster melodrama.