By Eve Jones
Crystal Moselle’s New York-set tale of female friendship is one of the most exhilarating films of the year.
Agnès Varda hits the road with French photographer and muralist JR in this singularly charming social document.
This quietly compelling drama from Annemarie Jacir follows a father and son delivering wedding invitations.
Writer/director Chloé Zhao’s spellbinding second feature is a wistful ode to a bygone America.
By Luke Walkley
The late Harry Dean Stanton gives a career-best performance in this droll and poignant character study.
Jon M Chu’s sparkling Singapore-set romantic comedy is a watershed moment for diversity in mainstream cinema.
Iggy Pop narrates this strange, singular documentary comprising the observations of 62 cinematographers from across the globe.
Documentarian Bart Layton blurs the line between fact and fiction in his compelling heist drama.
Sean McAllister’s documentary is a welcome antidote to the many grim representations of the poor.
A black cop infiltrates the Ku Klux Klan in Spike Lee’s fiery, fiercely funny takedown of institutional racism.
By Mark Asch
The inhabitants of a Turkish retirement home contemplate life’s big questions in this captivating doc from Shevaun Mizrahi.
Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford and Rosalind Russell are as sensational as ever in George Cukor’s classic Hollywood comedy.
Joshua Bonnetta and J.P. Sniadecki present a moving portrait of life in the U.S-Mexico border region.
A welcome re-release of Jacques Rivette’s second feature, a ferocious and lightly erotic takedown of organised religion.
Tom Cruise and Christopher McQuarrie combine for one of the most purely entertaining action movies of the new century.