By Joe Boden
A modern take on silent slapstick is the order of the day in this wacky French farce.
Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding head up this dark improv-based comedy from fist-time director Mercedes Grower.
By Anton Bitel
Salim Shaheen, Afghanistan’s singular, strutting auteur, is the subject of this wonderfully entertaining doc.
By Mark Allison
Cate Blanchett plays 13 different characters in this bold conceptual drama from director Julian Rosefeldt.
By Ed Gibbs
George Clooney adds a dark directorial flourish to the Coen brothers’ tale of murder and moral panic in smalltown USA.
A Brooklyn teen struggles to find his own identity in Eliza Hittman’s stirring ballad of sexual awakening.
Sono Sion deconstructs power relationships on a porn movie set in this colourful, cacophonous miniature.
By Matt Turner
This affectionate documentary chronicles the life and work of renowned primatologist Jane Goodall.
By Matthew Eng
Aubrey Plaza plays a very modern kind of antiheroine in Matt Spicer’s darkly comic social media satire.
Two men return from war only to be confronted by racism in Dee Rees’ vital and sprawling American epic.
The grotesque commerciality of big-game hunting is laid bare in this tough but vital animal welfare doc.
Annette Bening and Jamie Bell prove a likeable pairing in this otherwise bland Gloria Grahame biopic.
Despite some initial promise, this striking looking anime from director Akiyuki Shinbô quickly fizzles out.
Robert Pattinson gets down and dirty in New York City in the Safdies’ authentically gritty crime thriller.
This dire sequel filled with mechanically-reclaimed comedy marks a depressing low point for Will Ferrell.