Brian De Palma spills the beans on his life and work in this unmissable cult film buff's dream documentary
After scoring strongly with While We're Young earlier this year, director Baumbach swiftly comes up trumps again with this witty and incisive look at female bonding and the muddy forming...
>This is Mr Baumbach's most accessible movie to date – a frequently funny and very biting look at middle-aged angst ruptured by young idealism and tenaciousness.
Baumbach’s Frances Ha appears to come fully loaded with the kind of arthouse features that will immediately alienate a lot of potential viewers.
Noah Baumbach's movie takes another look at personal relationships, exposing the tension and sadness underneath the surface of character's feelings.
Wes Anderson’s latest offering has been hailed as a return to form – even as it marks his first outing in a new form: stop-motion animation.
Noah Baumbach returns to his favourite topic of the dysfunctional family in this very taut and thoroughly painful follow-up to The Squid and the Whale.