The Korean film Parasite, about a lower-class family who con their way into a wealthy household, wins in a year dominated by social issues.
A new Tarantino hit, a surprise winner, and a banner year for horror. Here are the films that everyone was talking about — and where and when you can see them.
This breakthrough British series, created by and starring Phoebe Waller-Bridge, is gaining legions of fans with its unique take on the "bad woman" comedy.
Netflix's new existential sitcom about a mid-30s nihilist stuck in a time-loop of partying and death is profoundly life-affirming.
It took film critic Zak Hepburn just two minutes to ensure no-one would be expecting Oscars glory for the new Kevin Hart comedy.
A quarter of a century after The Joy Luck Club, the film adaptation of Kevin Kwan's bestselling book will feel important for many young Asian-Western women.
The co-writers, directors, stars and real-life best friends talk about breaking up with rom-com conventions in their 'womantic comedy', which smashed the box office in New Zealand.
British comedian Catherine Tate says she never expected the line to become a catchphrase, but is more than prepared to deploy it when she tours Australia later this year.
Czech filmmaker Milos Forman, whose American movies One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and Amadeus won a deluge of Academy Awards, including best director Oscars, has died.
When was the last time you heard a really funny story? Comedian Shane Jacobson says joke telling is a "dying art" and smartphones are to blame.