Her performance in Everything Everywhere All At Once is a masterclass in pain and rage, deserving of a closer look.
Vahid Jalilvand crafts an intimate puzzle box of a film, regarding the lives of two strangers that intersect in a fascinating and tragic manner.
Benedetta Argenteri's documentary about Tooba Gondal fails to get to the systematic causes of radicalisation, instead opting for shoddy personal blame.
The writer/director of Hit the Road reflects on finding comfort in car journeys and learning to see beyond genre.
The legendary Chadian director speaks candidly about reproductive rights in his home country and supporting the next generation of filmmakers.
The 8th is a poignant look at how grassroots activism is driving social change.