Based on a true story, this drama sees Pacino playing a once-exciting artist facing a career slump. Remind you of anyone?
The final instalment (for now) in the series is expectedly over the top, but also strangely boring.
This visually inventive battle rap musical is weird, but exhausting.
This new Stephen King adaptation lacks the fear factor.
A guide to the highlights and hidden gems showing in this year’s festival at the Glasgow Film Theatre and Edinburgh Filmhouse.
This late example of neo-realism may have narrative issues, but stylistically it remains an overlooked gem of Italian cinema.
Ernst Lubitsch’s 1919 biopic of the French courtesan wraps heavy themes in some entertaining performances.
Scarlett Johansson is an alien seductress seeking a good time in Glasgow in Jonathan Glazer’s avant garde sci-fi.
A charming and sensitive romantic comedy about the consequences of a misplaced lunchbox.
Available for the first time on DVD, Robert Altman’s Nashville is the director’s masterpiece.
This 1973 horror film from Brian de Palma is Hitchcockian to say the least- and is none the worse for it.
Claire Denis’ troubling thriller, starring Vincent Linden and Chiara Mastroianni, might affect your five-a-day.
Joanie thinks her husband might be a murderer in Donald Cammell’s visually striking 1987 thriller.
A documentary following political theatre company Belarus Free Theatre, as they struggle against a repressive government.
His final film, Querelle is an ellipitical exploration of Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s characteristic themes- homosexuality, machismo and vice.
An atmospheric drama about a man who travels to Singapore to manage his dead brother’s business.
A look at a handful of the plethora of cinematic offerings available to view at this year’s festival.