By Lou Thomas
Margaret Qualley and Sigourney Weaver star in this understated literary drama, based on Joanna Rakoff’s memoir.
The UK’s premier LGBTIQ+ film festival returns with over 50 features, 85 shorts and a wide range of special events.
By Elena Lazic
This year’s Clermont ISFF once again welcomed an eclectic mix of short-form filmmaking new and old.
Beach Rats director Eliza Hittman offers an unflinching look at the troubling reality of reproductive rights in the US.
By Ed Gibbs
This year’s Sundance docs explored political and personal vendettas so brazen, you couldn’t make them up.
They’ll be joined by Abel Ferrara and Tsai Ming-liang when the festival kicks off in February.
Brandon Cronenberg sets late-capitalism in his crosshairs in this effective – and very gory – social horror.
The upcoming edition of GFF features an entire day of features directed by women.
Jude Law and Carrie Coon shine in Martha Marcy May Marlene director Sean Durkin’s eerie psychological thriller.
Dee Rees and Anne Hathaway tackle Joan Didion’s novel of the same name, with disastrous results.
By Dilara Elbir
The director of Beasts of the Southern Wild returns with a novel if underwhelming take on the Peter Pan fable.
Lee Isaac Chung’s beautifully observed drama follows a South Korean family who relocate to rural Arkansas.
Will Ferrell and Julia Louis-Dreyfus hit the slopes in this miserable remake of Ruben Östlund’s Force Majeure.
Filmmaker Kirsten Johnson crafts a comedic elegy to her deteriorating but still very alive father.
By Dilara Elbir
Michael Keaton plays a lawyer tasked with putting a value on human life in Sara Colangelo’s post-9/11 drama.
Miranda July’s charming, unconventional crime drama follows a family of lowly LA con artists.
A mother rebuilds her life after escaping her abusive husband in Phyllida Lloyd’s urgent drama.
Josephine Decker’s biography of famed gothic novelist Shirley Jackson is a sumptuous period psychodrama.