Josephine Decker’s stunning anti-biopic of author Shirley Jackson offers a treatise on female creativity and camaraderie.
An ancient Irish folk tale is brought to life in wondrous hand-drawn animation courtesy of Cartoon Saloon.
By Elena Lazic
François Ozon turns back the clock for a sun-kissed gay love story that’s shot through with tragedy.
Riz Ahmed shines as a rapper who reconnects with his spiritual roots after suffering a chronic illness.
By Anton Bitel
Generational trauma and a fear of the unknown power Remi Weekes’ bone-chilling haunted house horror.
The fragile genius of Swedish director Roy Andersson is laid bare in this intriguing documentary profile.
Garrett Bradley surveys America’s prison industrial complex through the lens of one couple’s personal struggle.
Miranda July channels her offbeat brand of humour into a heist movie, with predictably charming results.
This insightful documentary reclaims the legacy of one of the most important abstract artists of the 20th century.
Jim Parson sheds his Sheldon Cooper schtick in this Joe Mantello’s joyous adaptation of the classic LGBT+ play.
Filmmaker Kirsten Johnson repeatedly offs her father in this darkly funny and profound meditation on life and loss.
A spiky, lovable tale about a confused playwright who finds a second creative wind in hip hop.
Channing Godfrey Peoples’ feature debut is a stunning love letter to Southern Black culture.
Henry Golding embarks on a personal journey to his ancestral homeland in Hong Khaou’s soothing drama.
By Anton Bitel
Bong Joon-ho’s wryly funny social commentary is released for the first time in the UK courtesy of Curzon.