Netflix’s time-skipping horror trilogy reaches a satisfying conclusion via a 17th-century Sarah Fier origin story.
This riveting sports documentary tells the stranger-than-fiction story of the famed Japanese women’s volleyball team.
By Leila Latif
Questlove’s rhapsodic documentary revives the long-forgotten 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival, aka ‘Black Woodstock’.
The second part of Netflix’s RL Stine-inspired horror trilogy is a serious upgrade on its muddled predecessor.
This charming documentary pays tribute to a group of elderly foragers and their trust canine companions.
Jeremy Hersh’s assured debut offers an endearingly messy look at the ethics and emotional impact of surrogacy.
Jack London’s semi-autobiographical novel gets a masterful Italian makeover courtesy of director Pietro Marcello.
By Ella Kemp
Mads Mikkelsen and director Thomas Vinterberg continue their midlife crisis odyssey in rousing fashion.
Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth are on career-best form in Harry Macqueen’s poignant road movie romance.
Robert Altman’s show-stopping musical mosaic returns to UK cinemas in a sparkling new 4K restoration.
Magnus von Horn’s character study of a Polish fitness influencer is an incisive comment on social media.
Palestinian filmmaker Elia Suleiman goes in search of parallels to his homeland in this charming road movie.
This documentary adaptation of Naoki Higashida’s memoir is an immersive sensory exploration of non-verbal autism.
Ben Wheatley goes back to basics in this understated yet supremely effective 21st century folk horror.
Anthony Hopkins is at the peak of his acting powers in this moving drama about the banality of ageing.
Rachel Sennott gives a standout performance in this anxiety-inducing comedy set at a Jewish wake.
By Leila Latif
Joanna Scanlan’s Islamic convert goes on a literal and metaphorical journey following the death of her husband.
This engaging documentary celebrates the work of an iconic lesbian publication and its fearsome creator.