Virginie Efira delivers a sublime performance as a journalist who develops a strong bond with her boyfriend's daughter in Rebecca Zlotowski's romantic dramedy.
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.
The dissolution of a tight friendship and a subsequent tragedy have a profound impact on the life of 13-year-old Léo in Lukas Dhont's poignant drama.
A mother attempts to scrape together a deposit for a house over a single day in Kelley Kali and Angelique Molina’s dramatically-underpowered response to post-pandemic life.
By Xuanlin Tham
A conservative Pakistani family in Lahore fracture when modernity meets tradition in Saim Sadiq's intimate drama.
Hirokazu Koreeda's latest tale of found families focuses on an illegal South Korean adoption scheme, run by two grifters with hearts of gold.
After 40 years away, a man returns to his hometown of Naples and discovers vengeful spirits in Mario Martone's crime drama.
Playwright-turned-filmmaker Florian Zeller's follow-up to The Father fails to achieve the emotional resonance of its predecessor.
A new marine struggles with the restrictive, homophobic environment of the US military in Elegance Bratton's semi-autobiographical drama.
After two young sisters separated from each other in foster care, the eldest struggles to find her place in the world in Dina Amer's affecting drama.
A group of women in a remote Mennonite colony meet in secret in Sarah Polley's moving adaptation of Miriam Toews' novel.
By Sarah Cleary
A closeted lesbian PE teacher grapples with the ramifications of Section 28 as a new student joins her class.
Mike Lane swaps Miami for London in this frustratingly underwhelming and unsexy threequel.
A literature professor observes a court case in which a mother stands accused of murdering her child in Alice Diop's sublime drama.
By Mark Asch
A donkey sets off on a long journey to reunite with his mistress in Jerzy Skolimowski's far-reaching drama.
A grieving man battling an eating disorder attempts to reconnect with his daughter in Darren Aronofsky's drama.
Steven Spielberg weaves a tale about his childhood love of cinema and the relationship between his parents in this light but lovely mostly true story.