Clarisse Loughrey reviews 120 Beats Per Minute.
Mark Kermode reviews A Bigger Splash.
Adam Driver on playing a poetry-writing bus driver in Jim Jarmusch’s latest film Paterson
James King reviews After Love.
Robbie Collin reviews A Gentle Creature.
James King reviews Age of Uprising: The Legend of Michael Kohlhaas.
Mark Kermode reviews A Hologram For The King.
Romantic comedy starring Audrey Tautou as a widow who falls for an older man.
An imagined account of Maria Anna Mozart's early life.
Mark Kermode reviews Alone in Berlin.
An elderly couple's bond is tested after they are struck with disaster.
Originally broadcast on Front Row on 21 July 2004 on BBC Radio 4
Lars von Trier's controversial drama starring Willem Dafoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg.
A company specialises in injecting people with viruses from celebrities of their choice.
Thriller about a couple's life turned upside down when the wife is accused of murder.
Mark Kermode reviews A Prayer Before Dawn.
Jacques Audiard's multi award-winning drama about an Arab man sent to a French prison.
Mark Kermode reviews Aquarius.
Belgian animation directed by Stéphane Aubier.
Mark Kermode reviews Ballerina.
Mark is moved by the documentary Benda Bilili!, following the story of a Congolese band.
Bernardo Bertolucci discusses his most controversial film, Last Tango in Paris (1972)
Bill Nighy talks to Simon about his role in new film Pride.
James King reviews Black Souls.
Mark Kermode reviews Blood Father.
Robbie Collin reviews Blood Ties.
Mark Kermode reviews Blue Is the Warmest Colour.
Mark Kermode reviews Bridget Jones’s Baby.
Clarisse Loughrey reviews Call Me By Your Name.
Mark Kermode reviews Camille Claudel 1915.