This moving, lightly experimental portrait of Cairo melds documentary immediacy with a fictional depth of drama.
This warm and engaging film celebrates the friendship of three young Palestinian women.
Two abattoir workers experience a strange connection in this intriguing drama from Hungary’s Ildikó Enyedi.
Filmmaker Yance Ford provides an impassioned and highly personal critique of the US judicial system in this vital doc.
It’s Ice Man versus Super Brat in this inoffensively bland chronicle of an epic sporting rivalry.
Matthew Vaughn’s disastrous spy spoofing sequel is the film Brexit Britain (probably) deserves.
A teenager falls into a job in a bizarre funeral parlour in this touching if macabre observational documentary.
By Elena Lazic
A strong performance by Dylan O’Brien can’t save this reactionary and very silly revenge flick.
By Emily Bray
Two wheelchair-user friends are drafted in as unlikely assassins in this clever and moving study of disability.
By Matt Thrift
Director Bertrand Tavernier waxes lyrical about the great and the good of French cinema in this wonderful documentary.
Jennifer Lawrence is plunged into the fiery depths of Hell in this conceptual ordeal saga from Darren Aronofsky.
It’s hard to be a master femme assassin in this ultra-violent action caper from South Korea.
This intense, alternative war movie centres around a Syrian family trapped in an apartment block.
By Matt Turner
This real-life Treasure of the Sierra Madre follows avid gold seekers on a strange literary adventure.
James Franco makes a fleeting appearance in this mediocre supernatural heist flick.