18 films from 13 different countries make up our list of the best foreign language movies of 2018.
'The Vanishing' makes both victim and villain of its audience.
A truly beautiful film that tells the kind of visual story that can only be shared on camera.
With a thread of the divine woven into its realist tapestry, Happy as Lazzaro feels like a timeless fable.
The 'Ida' director's latest recalls the glamor of a cinema long gone and much mourned.
From the sparkling waters of The Graduate to Poltergeist's oozing vat of corpses, these picks illustrate the incredible versatility of the cinematic swimming pool.
Eventually, Under the Tree sinks your soul into unexpected hopelessness and despair, but its introspective story and stark foreignness provide a poignant escape from the mindless summer blockbusters w…
Exploring the remarkable similarities and revealing differences between these two recent additions to cinema's treasure chest.
By improving opportunities for Saudi filmmakers, fans, and critics to make, access, and engage with cinema, this move has the power to positively influence film culture both in and outside the region.
Including a Vietnamese movie that was filmed during the War, a Werner Herzog drama and a horror about a vampire-zombie veteran.