Thomasin McKenzie plays a repressed prison worker who becomes infatuated with a female colleague in William Oldroyd's take on Ottessa Moshfegh's novel.
Alden Ehrenreich and Phoebe Dynevor play a young couple clawing their way up the corporate ladder in Chloe Domont's dour thriller.
Jonathan Majors delivers a blistering performance as an amateur bodybuilder on the brink in Elijah Bynum's aching but underwritten drama.
Adura Onashile's debut Girl will open the fest, and Nida Manzoor's Polite Society will close it out.
Based on Kristen Roupenian's much-lauded 2017 short story, this twisted tale of gender politics is a major letdown in conception and execution.
Alexander Skarsgård has a pretty bad trip in this vacation nightmare from body horror wunderkind Brandon Cronenberg.
Ira Sachs returns with an intimate, intense three-hander about a Fassbinder-like film director played by the great Franz Rogowski.
President Kristen Stewart will also pass judgement on films by Matt Johnson and Angela Schanelec.
A thriving local queer scene has been steadily emerging in the city of Nicosia thanks to the programmers of Queer Wave and Sessions.
This year's festival celebrated the rich Indian cinema being made outside of popular Bollywood.
By Emma Curzon
A well-curated selection of genres and themes made for a diverse and fascinating programme at this year's festival.
At the revamped Tokyo International Film Festival, the spotlight shone brightly on upcoming Japanese artistic voices.
A trio of dramas explain the relationship between fathers and children put an emphasis on parental personhood at this year's London Film Festival.
The 2022 LFF Expanded programme featured a number of virtual reality experiences which aimed to connect audiences and filmmakers more than ever.
New York Dolls frontman David Johansen takes the stage in Martin Scorsese's latest music doc.
Actor Neil Maskell makes his debut as a filmmaker with this spiky thriller.