Bruno Ganz, the Swiss actor who portrayed Adolf Hitler in Oscar-nominated film Downfall died of cancer at his home in Zurich on Saturday, aged 77, his agent said.
The Vox Lux star plays a grown-up, messed-up former teen pop singer called Celeste in her latest film, Vox Lux. And she kind of knows the territory.
It's the kind of picture in which half the cast seem to have come equipped with their own stand-up comedy routines and are determined to deliver them no matter what anyone else is doing.
Alita: Battle Angel, starring Rosa Salazar, is a feast of special effects.
The viral hashtag #GiveElsaAGirlfriend began soon after Disney announced plans for a sequel to the animated hit.
Mads Mikkelsen does a good job as a stranded pilot in Arctic but the film itself lacks more than just extended dialogue.
Christian Marclay's remarkable feat of cinema art probes questions about cinema and society more broadly.
In If Beale Street Could Talk, Barry Jenkins insists on love and humanity between exclusively black characters. American cinema has rarely treated black people this way.
Gustav Moller builds a taut thriller from a policeman alone in a room, and one frantic phone call.
Despite her cartoonishly expressive features, Alita remains a construct rather than a believable person.
Our pick of what's showing on the big screen this week
Julian Schnabel's biopic is an affecting account of Vincent Van Gogh at the end of his life
The script looks as if it's been pasted together at random from bits written by a committee which has never met.
Secret technology is being used by studios to determine not only the films we see, but also how they are written
Best actress winner Olivia Colman dedicated her win to co-stars Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone.
The outraged of Twitter should focus on changing hearts and minds with persuasion, argument and debate, and leave justice and retribution to our courts of law.
A moving documentary about an anonymous female street artist who paints portraits of train commuters won the Tropfest short film festival in Sydney on Saturday night.
A tough upbringing may have stacked the odds of success against Taraji P. Henson, but she loves nothing better than proving her doubters wrong.
The end of the trilogy will be the story of a dog who touched people's lives after becoming a movie star.
Growing up in a Lebanese-Indian household, Leela Varghese remembers watching films and thinking ethnically-diverse kids were token characters.
The star of Rogue One, Ready Player One and the coming Captain Marvel is shooting the "bittersweet comedy" Babyteeth.
The film The Bikes of Wrath documents a 2600-kilometre, 30-day bike journey by five Australians following the trail of John Steinbeck's Grapes of Wrath.
Allen is seeking damages after Amazon Studios shelved his movie A Rainy Day in New York following renewed focus on sexual abuse allegations against the filmmaker.
The actor's racist anecdote could put him beyond redemption in the eyes of movie makers and viewers.
Twenty five years after the cult romantic-comedy classic first hit cinemas, the cast are reuniting for a short in aid of Comic Relief.