He exchanges distance for intimacy to create three notably complex female characters.
Comedy and tragedy, history and modernity fuse on New York Film Festival's opening night
Yorgos Lanthimos directs a stellar cast in this thoroughly bonkers-looking period piece.
Once again, Yorgos Lanthimos has a little fun with the madness that lurks within all of us.
Is there a reason for the film's bizarre speech patterns? We explore.
An exploration of a very good movie that's also a very uncomfortable viewing experience.
Understanding the bizarre, deadpan acting style present in Yorgos' Lanthimos' filmography.
The most suspenseful thing you'll see today, even if it's only a minute and 9 seconds long.
It's unique for a trailer to create a sense of paralysis like this.
While Yorgos Lanthimos's second English language film can't quite match The Lobster in several regards, it still paints Lanthimos as one of the most promising and distinctive auteurs working in film t…