A group of friends head for a cabin in the woods only to face off with a killer in this fresh horror spoof, from the writer of Girls Trip.
The cutthroat world of hairdressing is the setting for this sparky murder mystery – a debut from Thomas Hardiman.
A woman recently released from prison raises her young son against the backdrop of a rapidly-changing New York City in AV Rockwell's Sundance prizewinning feature.
Raine Allen-Miller's love letter to Peckham is a welcome addition to the British rom-com canon, with standout performances from Vivian Oparah and David Jonsson.
Michael B. Jordan is both star and director in the latest instalment of this heavyweight franchise, which sees Adonis Creed face off against an old foe.
Writer/director Ryan Coogler expands his colonialist critique in this epic MCU sequel which also pays moving tribute to the late Chadwick Boseman.
Jessica Beshir's striking debut feature offers an immersive look into the ritual practices and commodification of Khat in Ethiopia.
Regina Hall stars as a college professor beset by malevolent forces in Mariama Diallo’s misjudged debut feature.
Clio Barnard’s refreshingly grounded, social realist riff on the classic romcom is one of her finest works to date.
Reggie Yates’ London-set, Y2K-era debut feature is a rollicking celebration of friendship and Black British music.
Jeymes Samuel’s supremely violent revenge thriller is a bold and bloody reinvention of the movie western.
Jeymes Samuel’s star-studded revenge western boldly reframes cowboy mythology for a modern audience.
This conventional Aretha Franklin biopic is elevated by Jennifer Hudson’s transportive central performance.
Marco Pontecorvo’s religious drama about an apparition of the Virgin Mary is unlikely to convert non-believers.
Steve Zahn brings his usual laid-back charm to this homespun drama about a father and his trans son.
Tessa Thompson and Nnamdi Asomugha shine in a heady tale of two lovers, set in 1960s Harlem.
The story of one of Jazz’s brightest and most tragic stars is brought to life in this engaging documentary.
A spiky, lovable tale about a confused playwright who finds a second creative wind in hip hop.