This fly-on-the-wall documentary is a dicey, disappointing look at the incendiary eco-rebels known as Extinction Rebellion.
Jonathan Demme’s 1993 drama played an important role in bringing straight audiences up to speed with the epidemic.
Two of the best documentaries at Sundance probe the messy legacies of nations’ founding epochs.
Asghar Farhadi’s exceptional Iran-centred drama is a soulful reflection on the morality of crime.
Xavier Giannoli’s pristine adaptation of Balzac’s ‘Illusions Perdues’ is a raunchy romp through post-Revolution France.
Mathieu Amalric’s engrossing family drama is further proof that Vicky Krieps is one of the world’s most exciting actors.