Stephen Maing's documentary deals with corruption and institutional racism in the NYPD - and
Gus Edgar reports from Cannes Film Festival, where he saw Solo: A Star Wars Story, Lars Von Trier's The House That Jack Built, and more, and lists the winners of the festival's Awards.
On Cannes days 5 & 6, Gus Edgar saw a variety of films, including Gaspar Noe's Climax, Mandy, and Spike Lee's latest BlacKKKlansman.
Stephen Maing's documentary deals with corruption and institutional racism in the NYPD - and recognises the police officers who are fighting a court case to help stamp this out once and for all.
Kristy Strouse spoke with the stars of Back Roads on the red carpet of Tribeca Film Festival, and reviews Sebastián Lelio's Disobedience.
A brave and ambitious film unafraid of wrestling with some very difficult questions, 7 Days In Entebbe is let down by an oddly-executed finale and dialogue that is clunky and expository a bit too often for comfort.
In The Man Who Killed Don Quixote (directed by Terry Gilliam), a disillusioned advertising executive, Toby (Adam Driver), becomes pulled into a world of time jumping fantasy when a Spanish cobbler believes him to be Sancho Panza. He gradually becomes unable to tell dreams from reality.
Film Inquiry's resident physicist takes a look at teleportation in film and TV, explains how teleportation would work, theoretically, and whether one day we might be teleporting from A to B.