Plunge into intense underwater suspense with The Dive, a cinematic story of sisters trapped beneath, battling trauma and time.
Movie interviews and reviews, all in one place, including what's on screens in Wales and the rest of the world.
Theater Camp brings misfits and aspiring performers to life in a mockumentary-style film set at a struggling drama camp - offering both resonant moments and comedic vignettes.
A heartfelt French gay love story, new film Lie With Me explores fate, belonging, and love over time.
The journey of Jann Mardenborough, a UK gamer turned real-life racer, comes to the screen in Gran Turismo, a film that unfortunately feels insipidly familiar.
Gripping and moving film Paris Memories is a tale of resilience and humanity amidst post-traumatic stress.
Hipgnosis, the design studio behind iconic album art for Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, gets the spotlight in Anton Corbijn's film, bringing their journey to life with emotion and humor.
Oppenheimer makes for perfect cinema, an art-filled blockbuster that should reel in most film lovers and also general audiences.
Now on home release, discover how Lee Cronin revitalises the iconic horror franchise Evil Dead with claustrophobic locations, well-drawn characters, and plenty of gore.
Join us as we delve into the world of Barbie, from her humble beginnings to its upcoming big screen adaptation, alongside the personal collection of a Barbie enthusiast.
Dive into Vinay Shukla's thought-provoking documentary, While We Watched, as it exposes the dominance of propaganda and sensationalism in the age of disinformation.
From family favourites to cult classics, here’s a selection of the most enticing outdoor cinema events in Wales for movie lovers, with Billy Edwards your guide.
Learn about the remarkable journey of Dutch writer Bas Steman as he uncovers his supernatural connection to Wales in documentary film, The Incredible Story of Private Morgan.
An elusive modern folk tale, Inland - starring Mark Rylance - is full of atmosphere but its blend of naturalism and mysticism amounts to an often frustrating vagueness.
Discover the captivating world of David Lynch's Inland Empire as the surreal arthouse film that defies explanation comes to Blu-ray at last.
Allow the tender and critically acclaimed Welsh film Translations to take you on a surreal journey of love and grief; screening across Wales this month.
Powerful drama Wait For Me features committed performances and a realistic portrayal of small-scale criminality as its protagonists navigate a world of crime and seek redemption.
Dive into the disturbing and humorous world of Ari Aster's Beau Is Afraid, an epic, demanding film that captivates with its psychological chaos and dark comedy.
S4C's Chief Executive Sian Doyle announced at Wales Screen Summit that the broadcaster is committing to producing one Welsh film a year.
Speaking at the Wales Screen Summit, Luke Evans revealed his casting in Michael Sheen's directorial debut The Way, and more about his upcoming film project with Billy Porter.
From pandemic to premiere: THE MARTIN DECKER SHOW chronicles one man’s creative endeavor amidst chaos
Follow the tragi-comic odyssey that is one's man's pursuit of becoming a YouTube sensation turned indie film premiere: Keiron Self talks about how The Martin Decker Show came to be via the pandemic.
From Hollywood everyman to novelist extraordinaire: TOM HANKS’ latest film project is… his first book
Tom Hanks debuts his novel set in Tinseltown; a love letter to the big screen, celebrating the ability of film to transport us into a world where everyone feels like a superhero.
A captivating read for film enthusiasts and culture aficionados alike, Ian Penman's fascinating account of Rainer Werner Fassbinder's life and work is filled with quotes, confessions, and social commentary.
Love According To Dalva is a French film that tackles the sensitive subject of childhood sexual abuse with raw emotion and sensitivity.