The return of the king – Steven Soderbergh is making movies again, and has delivered one of his all-time best.
French undersea explorer and educator Jacques Cousteau is the subject of the middling, unofficial biopic.
By Mark Allison
A family is torn apart because of their sexual obsession with a tentacled beast in this strange, grim pseudo-horror.
This hard-hitting doc-fiction hybrid explores the growing epidemic of American gun crime.
This potty-mouthed road trip from Coventry to The Hague stars Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L Jackson and some top comic bants.
An impassioned Al Gore returns to explain (again) how climate change is killing the planet and what we can do to save it.
A vital survey of contemporary Venezuela as seen from the eyes of a single, struggling working class family.
This poetic, deeply moving portrait of a working class Philadelphia family spans nearly a decade.
Amanda Lipitz’s uplifting documentary follows a high-school step dance team in inner-city Baltimore.
This dark, complex 1962 policier heads up a celebration of French director Jean-Pierre Melville at London’s BFI Southbank.
Pioneering queer artist Touko Laaksonen is the subject of this handsome, if slightly too cosy, biopic.
Rooney Mara feels a spectral presence in this elegant slow-burner from director David Lowery.
This ambitious shoestring psycho thriller shoots for the Moon but doesn’t quite make it off the launchpad.
Motor racing’s favourite son comes under fire in this entertainingly unflattering documentary portrait.
A fine performance from Sally Hawkins shores up this portrait of a tragic folk artist.