Adam Driver portrays the single-minded Enzo Ferrari in his middle-age following the death of his son Dino in Michael Mann's unconventional take on the biographical drama.
A star is born in Sofia Coppola's biographical drama based on the relationship between Priscilla and Elvis Presley, with Cailee Spaeny delivering a remarkable performance.
By Mark Asch
Less a swansong and more a heronsong from the Japanese maestro Hayao Miyazaki, a mystical and ambitious message of hope for the future.
An undocumented Filipina immigrant secures a care job to provide a better life for her young daughter, but it turns out to be something more sinister in Paris Zarcilla's horror.
By Mark Asch
Taika Waititi's feel-good comedy about the plight of a hapless Samoan football team strives for nothing more than maintaining the status quo.
Leo Leigh’s likeable but wonky feature debut offers a meandering trawl through the doomed love life of a mature party shop owner.
Our atomic friend returns for a runout on the battered landscape of post-1945 Tokyo in Takashi Yamazaki’s stripped back action epic.
Seek out this very special debut feature from Savanah Leaf about a woman navigating the bureaucratic hell of the child services system.
One of 2023’s most astonishing films comes in the form of a two-part opus about a woman drawn to mystery that takes a few cues from Twin Peaks.
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.