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Dev Patel and Ralph Ineson face off in David Lowery’s adaptation of a popular Arthurian legend, with stylish results.

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Oasis Knebworth 1996

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The inside story of one of the great concerts in British rock ’n’ roll history is a welcome dose of ’90s nostalgia.

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Balloon

By David Jenkins

This gentle sex comedy set among a Tibetan rural community explores intimacy, family and the hardships of life.

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Rose Plays Julie

By David Jenkins

A young woman tracks down her biological mother in Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy’s gripping study of trauma and identity.

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Herself

By Hannah Strong

Clare Dunne gives a captivating performance as a woman rebuilding her life after escaping an abusive relationship.

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Copilot

By Marina Ashioti

Anne Zohra Berrached’s ’90s-set romance fictionalises the private life of United 93 hijacker Ziad Jarrah and his lover.

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Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

By Weiting Liu

The MCU’s first Asian superhero movie combines thrilling spectacle with cultural specificity to correct the comics’ racist past.

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Shorta

By Lou Thomas

This slick crime-thriller sees civil unrest spill over on the streets of Copenhagen as the boys in blue lose control.

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Annette

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Leos Carax’s surreal, Sparks-scripted musical-of-sorts stars Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard as ill-fated lovers.

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Candyman

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Nia DaCosta re-examines the white saviour and Black boogeyman tropes in her bold horror reimagining.

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Our Ladies

By Josh Slater-Williams

Set in ’90s Scotland, Michael Caton-Jones’ winning comedy-drama sees a group of Catholic girls cut loose.

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Mad God

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Phil Tippett’s long-gestating stop-motion animation epic is a frenzied and frequently deranged Dantean odyssey.

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Pig

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Nicolas Cage reveals his sensitive side in Michael Sarnoski’s warm-hearted porcine revenge western.

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Censor

By Adam Woodward

A film censor goes in search of her missing sister in Prano Bailey-Bond’s razor-sharp, retro-styled horror satire.

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Wildland

By Rafaela Sales Ross

Sidse Babett Knudsen excels in this claustrophobic crime drama from first-time director Jeanette Nordahl.

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Val

By Leigh Singer

Part playful scrap book, part poignant confessional, this documentary self-portrait reveals plenty about its subject.

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Zola

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