Ingrid Bergman won her second Best Actress Oscar for her performance as a destitute, suicidal amnesiac who is recruited by a former White Russian general (Yul Brynner) to pose as the last surviving daughter of the Romanov royal family.
This riveting documentary tells the story behind the legendary 1968 television debate between right-wing figurehead William F. Buckley, Jr. and left-wing novelist and provocateur Gore Vidal, which announced the birth of the pundit era.
The great Australian actor David Gulpilil (Walkabout, Ten Canoes) gives a majestic performance in this semi-autobiographical drama, about an aged Aborigine who journeys into the Outback to live in the traditional ways of his ancestors.
Winner of top prizes at the Venice and Mumbai film festivals, Chaitanya Tamhane’s Court is an absurdist, quietly devastating portrait of injustice, caste prejudice, and venal politics in contemporary India.
The latest from director Woody Allen (Magic in the Moonlight, Blue Jasmine) is an existential "perfect murder" thriller which manages to retain a beguiling lightness of touch despite being peppered with references to Dostoevsky, Heidegger, Kant, Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir.