As a striving, dynamic young career woman, the last thing you would want is for your oddball father to turn up at your office pretending to be a colleague. Of course, Ines (Sandra Huller) has...
In a career spanning more than 50 years and 24 narrative features, the one consistent thread running through Martin Scorsese’s work has not been guns and gangsters, but rather an obsession with...
Musical La La Land has been the big winner at Britain's main film awards, scooping the prize for best film, while Emma Stone and Damien Chazelle picked up awards for best actress and best director.
The material is fantastic, and the dialogue soars to the point where it's almost overwhelming, reviewer Jeremy Quinn says of 'Fences'.
Gold is an uneven mixture of riveting and tedious, reviewer Christine Powley finds.
If you want a taste of the psychological and physical strain that comes with posing for one of the 20th century greatest painters, then go watch 'Final Portrait'.
E.L. James, the British author and producer of the erotic 'Fifty Shades of Grey' novels and film franchise, knows that her story about an attractive couple engaged in a kinky relationship is very much a fantasy.
Actor and activist Richard Gere said on Friday that US President Donald Trump has managed to merge the meaning of the words "refugee" and "terrorist" in the minds of many Americans.
Dunedin will showcase its strong sister city bond with Shanghai once more as it is set to play host to its first ever China Film Festival.
A legendary jazz guitarist running from the Nazis, a family trapped in a Syrian apartment as bombs rain down, and a shooting at a Madrid bar - just three of about 400 stories that will hit screens at this year's Berlin Film Festival.
They have ridden shotgun for each other on red carpets across the globe for years, but Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban will be forced apart this weekend.
Geoff Murphy’s Goodbye Pork Pie is a bona fide Kiwi classic that still holds up brilliantly today, in good part due to the invaluable cultural snapshot it provides of our country as it existed back in the dark ages of 1979.
Heidi was one of the books I had as a child so I have read it a number of times, though not recently.
A new documentary about Kim Dotcom is getting its world premiere at this year's South By Southwest Film Festival in March.
A film about Arab-Israeli women who left their villages to live in Tel Aviv has angered some traditionalists in Israel's Arab community, who say its depiction of homosexuality and independent single women is insulting.
Despite the TMZ videos and boycott threats, A Dog's Purpose still managed to pull in family audiences, who apparently were not convinced of the significance of footage of a cowering German Shepherd being forced into rushing water.
British acting great Sir John Hurt has died after battling cancer. He was 77.
Christine Powley reviews Hidden Figures.
Writer/director Kenneth Lonergan’s films are all finely observed, compassionate portraits of human failures and foibles. His last, 2011’s Margaret, was as close to being a masterpiece as any...
Actor Shia LaBeouf was arrested early on Thursday after a scuffle outside a New York museum where he was chanting "He will not divide us" during a live-streamed protest against President Donald Trump, police said.