What does it mean to come of age in the modern world?

By Matt Turner

Three outstanding new films at this year’s CPH:DOX presented illuminating responses to this question.

Horror highlights from Glasgow FrightFest 2018

By Anton Bitel

Some of the year’s best and most challenging genre titles were served up over a truly chilling weekend.

The Party’s Just Beginning – first look review

By David Jenkins

Karen Gillan tries her hand at writing and directing in this fiery but formulaic character study.

Touch Me Not – first look review

By Elena Lazic

Adina Pintilie’s Golden Bear winner comprises superficial images of unsimulated sex and people with disabilities.

King Cohen – first look review

By David Jenkins

The wild and crazy cinema of Larry Cohen receives the in-depth documentary treatment that this master director deserves.

Generation Wealth – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

Documentarian Lauren Greenfield speaks to the wealthy and the weary in this bold, personal meditation on money and obsession.

Madeline’s Madeline – first look review

By Ian Mantgani

Josephine Decker returns with a commanding, emotionally bracing study of teenage psychosis.

Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

Gus Van Sant reunites with Joaquin Phoenix for an oddball comedy-drama about disability and addiction.

Unsane – first look review

By Matt Thrift

Steven Soderbergh’s unconventional iPhone movie is one of his strangest offerings to date.

L’Animale – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

A teenage girl on the cusp of adulthood begins to question what she wants out of life in this surprisingly nuanced Austrian drama.

U-July 22 – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

Esteemed Norwegian director Erik Poppe dramatises the real-life mass shooting on the island of Utoya in this problematic thriller.

The Heiresses – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

A sensitive portrait of a hesitant woman attempting to rediscover her lust for life makes for an assured feature debut from Marcelo Martinessi.

Eva – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

A love affair between Isabelle Huppert and Gaspard Ulliel fails to ignite a spark in this predictable psychodrama.

Black 47 – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

An Irish soldier exacts his revenge on those that have harmed his family in Lance Daly's bleak period thriller.

Gordon & Paddy – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

This charming little Swedish film about a jaded old toad detective and his plucky young mouse assistant makes for cosy viewing.

The Happy Prince – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

Rupert Everett dons three caps to write, direct and star in a dramatic imagining of Oscar Wilde’s untimely demise.

Damsel – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

In their first feature-length directorial team-up, David and Nathan Zellner go west, with Robert Pattinson and Mia Wasikowska in tow.

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