By Emma Fraser
This intimate documentary sees the trailblazing Hollywood icon tell her remarkable story in her own words.
By Emma Fraser
Andy Ostroy’s documentary is a heartbreaking portrait of a filmmaker gone too soon and those she left behind.
Joaquin Phoenix forms a close bond with a precocious whippersnapper in Mike Mills’ gentle family drama.
This fittingly radical documentary chronicles the feminist punk subculture which sprung in London in the 1980s.
Reggie Yates’ London-set, Y2K-era debut feature is a rollicking celebration of friendship and Black British music.
By Matt Turner
A school teacher goes viral for all the wrong reasons in Romanian director Radu Jude’s salacious social satire.
By Aimee Knight
Céline Sciamma puts a time-loop spin on the classic coming-of-age tale with this gentle family fairy tale.
This captivating, emotionally eloquent Haruki Murakami adaptation is one of 2021’s must-see movies.
Back in cinemas this week, Hideaki Anno’s feature-length finale breaks hearts, bodies, and the fourth wall.
First-time director Amjad Abu Alala’s meditative drama concerns an existential prophecy in a Sudanese village.
By John Dunning
This tour documentary-cum-biography celebrates the remarkable life and career of cult musician Beverly Glenn-Copeland.
Paul Schrader continues his God’s Lonely Man project with Oscar Isaac in-tow as a tormented professional poker player.
Ruth Negga and Tessa Thompson stars in Rebecca Hall’s stylish directorial debut about racial identity in 1920s New York.
Annie Clark (aka St Vincent) and Carrie Brownstein set off on an unconventional road trip in this pithy meta-documentary.
This exceptional debut feature from Andreas Fontana takes in a search for a missing banker in ’70s Argentina.