After being the victim of a violent homophobic attack, a young drag performer sees an opportunity to get revenge on one of his tormentors.
A shy young prison guard develops an infatuation with her workplace's new psychiatrist in William Oldroyd's twisty new thriller.
Another gorgeous tragicomic farce from Finnish maestro Aki Kaurismäki, a heartfelt cinephile ode to the possibility of love among the working classes.
Mexican provocateur Amat Escalante makes a half-cocked bid for mainstream respectability in this intriguing tale of a young man’s torrid search for his missing mother.
Tilda Swinton plays both mother and daughter in Joanna Hogg's eerie and effective exploration of parent-child relationships.
A working-class student finds himself thrust into a new world in Emerald Fennell’s stylish but underwhelming second feature.
Rachel Zegler and Tom Blyth head up this serviceable franchise prequel that divebombs into ignominy and obscurity during its protracted final act.
Todd Haynes' deliciously dark melodrama sees Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman go head-to-head as a housewife and the woman tasked with playing her in a film.
A woman has to stand trial after her husband dies in suspicious circumstances in Justine Triet's compelling courtroom drama.
The barroom love-tester is God in this gentle sci-fi comedy with Riz Ahmed and Jessie Buckley as working stiffs at a scientific institute for love.
A group of teenage girls embark on a wild post-exam holiday in Molly Manning Walker's evocative feature debut.
Carol Morley constructs a creative tribute to the artist Audrey Amiss, who created thousands of artworks but remained mostly unknown until her death in 2013.
This twisted tale of gender politics based on Kristen Roupenian's 2017 short story is a major letdown in conception and execution.
Martin Scorsese’s wistful remembrance of tragedies that befell the Osage nation is a film of high seriousness and low spectacle.
Helen Mirren dons heavy prosthetics as one-time Israeli prime minister Golda Mair in this drab geopolitical retelling of the 1973 Yom Kippur War.
Canadian indie filmmaker Matt Johnson crafts an offbeat drama about the creation of a since-slain mobile phone giant.
Alden Ehrenreich and Phoebe Dynevor play a young couple clawing their way up the corporate ladder in Chloe Domont's dour thriller.