By Leila Latif
The great Guillermo del Toro returns with this deliciously-dark tale of a circus huckster who takes things too far.
Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand take on the most infamous power couple in literary history, care of Joel Coen.
Andrea Arnold’s long-awaited fifth feature is a remarkable and visceral assault on the senses.
By Mark Asch
Apichatpong Weerasethakul meticulously crafts a sensory journey soaked in introspection and metaphysical perplexity.
Asghar Farhadi’s exceptional Iran-centred drama is a soulful reflection on the morality of crime.
By Jack King
Stephen Graham plays a head chef pushed to the limit in this impressive one-shot pressure-cooker kitchen drama.
Newcomers Alana Haim and Cooper Hoffman shine in Paul Thomas Anderson’s most purely pleasurable film to date.
By Sam Bodrojan
All hail the new flesh in Julia Ducournau’s dreamlike fable of a fractured young dancer grappling with the fire inside her.
A wholesome family gathering becomes a claustrophobic chamber piece in the hands of first-time director Stephen Karam.
Olivia Colman delivers an acting masterclass in this off-kilter psychodrama from first-time director Maggie Gyllenhaal.
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.
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.