Amy Taubin hopes death succeeds patriarchy as the flavour of this year’s festival.
Nick James checks his notes: the festival’s most tender as well as telling film so far comes from the Austrian disciplinarian.
Jonathan Romney on the late Chilean master’s fond farewell to a life of artistic delinquency.
The Austrian director’s sex-tourism drama could be his richest film yet, says Pamela Jahn.
Geoff Andrew on the Palme d’Or alumnus’s return to the Competition.
Demetrios Matheou sees Pablo Larraín close out his trilogy about Chile’s years of dictatorship with wit and verve.