December 7, 2023 | Rome, Italy

For love of craft

Film critic Max Oxley sees Martin Scorsese's "The Irishman" as yet another demonstration of the aging director's devotion to character-rich storytelling.

St. Maud

Using religion to reflect one's own crippled psyche is not an original idea in cinema. Martin Scorsese has spent his [...]


Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead have spent their careers bending genre conventions. In 2014's "Spring," the filmmaking duo crafted a [...]

LFF: Only You

The "Only You" poster shows leads Laia Costa and Josh O’Connor with their foreheads pressed together, O’Connor’s eyes open just [...]


What do missing-child thriller "Searching," supernatural franchise "Unfriended," and Timur Bekmambetov's chilling terrorism story "Profile" have in common? They're all [...]

LFF: Widows

English director Steve McQueen goes for something entirely different in "Widows." The video artist turned acclaimed filmmaker is best known [...]