Austria

An eccentric father and his conservative corporate daughter engage in an increasingly bizarre battle of wills that’s both hilarious and heartbreaking.
Every year there’s outrage about who’s been left off the Academy Awards’ nominations for Best Foreign Film, but nobody’s disputing the highly original and often hilarious German drama Toni Erdmann fully deserves its place on the list of nine...
A fine balance between abstraction and structural discipline.
In the Sydney Film Festival Competition, Shirin Neshat’s 1950s Iranian story Women Without Men screened a day after the first screening of Cannes Palme d’Or winning Thai film Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives. The two films make for an...