Wily resistance fighters take on wicked foreign occupiers in this breathless period thriller set in 1920s Korea.
A group of high school students takes centre stage in Jenny Gage’s seen-it-all-before documentary.
Mars attacks in this underpowered creature feature with a crew of A-listers trapped on the International Space Station.
Angel Grove’s finest are dragged into the 21st century in this glossy, respectable reboot.
By Matt Thrift
James Gray channels Joseph Conrad in this immaculately-crafted but lacklustre epic.
By Ian Barr
Brazilian writer/director Kleber Mendonça Filho returns with a highly original and unusual film about nostalgia.
Don’t miss this quietly affecting coming-of-ager from anime director Naoko Yamada.
Kristen Stewart excels in this strange, surprising and occasionally sublime film from Olivier Assayas.
By Lena Hanafy
This solid doc tells the the rags to riches back to rags back to riches tale of ballet-dancing bad boy, Sergei Polunin.
Frat boy hazing becomes a metaphor for slavery in this muddled drama from director Gerard McMurray.
By Jack Godwin
A hostile situation on a deep sea sub off the coast of North Korea – it’s sadly not as fun as it sounds.
Suppurating slime mould takes the limelight in this eccentric, sci-fi themed documentary.
By Elena Lazic
With this retro-styled gem, director Anna Biller provides a sumptuous response to ’70s sexploitation horror.
This luxuriant live-action refit of the beloved animated feature sees Disney extend its recent winning streak.
By Matthew Eng
Anne Heche and Sandra Oh get aggressive in Onur Tukel’s scathing new comedy.