All articles by James Lattimer

Festivals

Human Flowers of Flesh: a Mediterranean marvel

Though it might have probed a little deeper into the ambivalent implications of the French Foreign Legion, which features significantly in the film, Helena Wittmann’s daring second feature is a gorgeously immersive, fluid work of cinema.

By James Lattimer

Human Flowers of Flesh: a Mediterranean marvel
Festivals

Directors’ Fortnight: round-up

By James Lattimer

Directors’ Fortnight: round-up
Festivals

Memoria shows Apichatpong at the peak of his mesmerising powers

By James Lattimer

Memoria shows Apichatpong at the peak of his mesmerising powers
Festivals

Onoda, 10,000 Nights in the Jungle gets lost in the Filipino wilds

By James Lattimer

Onoda, 10,000 Nights in the Jungle gets lost in the Filipino wilds
Reviews

The Wild Goose Lake first look: Diao Yinan spins a dazzling neon neo-noir

By James Lattimer

The Wild Goose Lake first look: Diao Yinan spins a dazzling neon neo-noir
Interviews

Directing Directors’ Fortnight: Paolo Moretti on his first time programming Cannes’s Quinzaine

By James Lattimer

Directing Directors’ Fortnight: Paolo Moretti on his first time programming Cannes’s Quinzaine
Reviews

Ray & Liz first look: revealing a troubled family scrap by scrap

By James Lattimer

Ray & Liz first look: revealing a troubled family scrap by scrap
Reviews

Alice T. first look: a flawed tale of teenage pregnancy

By James Lattimer

Alice T. first look: a flawed tale of teenage pregnancy
Reviews

Long Day’s Journey into Night first look: Bi Gan’s film follows its own woozy dream logic

By James Lattimer

Long Day’s Journey into Night first look: Bi Gan’s film follows its own woozy dream logic
Reviews

Donbass first look: both too much and too little about the war in Ukraine

By James Lattimer

Donbass first look: both too much and too little about the war in Ukraine