Latin American filmmakers wanting to alert the world to human rights abuses are turning to the supernatural to tell compelling stories
Netflix has chosen a high-quality Mexican arthouse movie as a flagship production for its new distribution model.
From Dundee to Dublin, horror spectaculars are springing up like zombies from the dead.
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Mexican directors have won in their category four years out of the past five.
The Shape of Water is an entertaining movie, but it also has a timely, allegorical message about the challenges we may face with new scientific discoveries, and our willingness to accept difference.