US director credits Leonardo DiCaprio as source of inspiration but looks to make only a 'couple more' films
Ben Child: This year's films are skewed to a 'more mature' perspective, with stars including Philip Seymour Hoffman, Kristen Stewart, Anne Hathaway and Mark Ruffalo
As he prepares the final cut of his Oscar-tipped film, Jonze talks about stars Scarlett Johansson and Joaquin Phoenix, the future, the past … and Jackass
Damon Wise: A mood of optimism prevailed at the Copenhagen documentary showcase despite the explicitly political lineup, as Algerian film Bloody Beans walked away with the top prize
Honour received for in Rome for role in Spike Jonze's film about a man who falls in love with a computer operating system, voiced by Johansson after Samantha Morton's work in the same part deemed inappropriate• First look review: Her
Set at Cannes in 2012, Alec Baldwin stars in this delicious doc about the desperation underpinning the film industry, writes Peter Bradshaw
Wes Anderson's latest film, starring Ralph Fiennes as a hotel concierge, to have world premiere in the German capital
Molodist festival hit by placard-waving picketers complaining about 'gay propaganda'
Director Abdellatif Kechiche says 'it is for her to explain in court' after Léa Seydoux described the shoot as 'horrible'
Peter Bradshaw: The anger and confusion on the peripheries of Egypt's Tahrir Square protests form the background of this nuanced drama
Pamela Hutchinson: This year's edition of the silent film festival featured Welles' previously-thought-lost Too Much Johnson amid a typically irreverent and varied selection
A teacher-pupil affair spirals into sexual obsession and violence in this edge-of-the-seat thriller from Jahmil XT Qubeka, writes Peter Bradshaw
Side by Side festival based in St Petersburg had been hit with large fine over alleged overseas funding links
This biopic tribute to Lech Wałęsa, the Nobel peace prize-winning politician and human rights activist, is an enjoyable look at an unconventional hero, writes Peter Bradshaw
As a sparkling restoration of Orson Welles's delirious 1947 film noir is unveiled at the London film festival, Tony Paley explores the dramatic story behind its production