Belgium

When a young vegetarian vet student tastes meat for the first time, she develops strange and dangerous appetites.
Paramedics were apparently required to treat people who’d passed out in a midnight screening of this arthouse cannibal film at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. Which makes you wonder what those people thought they were going to see...
A strange collage of a complex character
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: Fimmaker, author, poet, leftist, shit-stirrer, and dedicated intellectual, Pier Paolo Pasolini was notorious in life and his premature end has been the subject of conjecture, conspiracy, even folklore. 
Love cuts deep in chic biopic.
This stylish and intimate biopic is ravishingly beautiful. The actors, the clothes, the music and the cinematography conspire to convince us that Yves Saint Laurent was right: beauty is everything, and the world exists merely to inspire it. But...
CANNES FILM FESTIVAL: There’s something reassuring about the Dardenne brothers, a dependable level of intelligence and craft. Unlike a number of their social-realist peers, they’ve retained a fundamental passion for the medium; the films, despite...
Security heads come clean in frank Oscar nominee.
ISRAELI FILM FESTIVAL: 'I made a decision and x number of people were killed," says Yuval Diskin, the head of Israel’s internal security service Shin Bet from 2005 to 2011, remembering the draconian calls he routinely had to make during his...