By Eve Jones
A mother and daughter strive to start afresh in Deborah Haywood’s moving debut feature.
Comedian Bo Burnham presents an intimate and engaging portrait of modern teenage life.
Alfred Hitchcock’s lofty thriller is back on the big screen in time for its 60th anniversary.
Frederick Wiseman delves deep into one of New York City’s most beloved public institutions.
A preacher struggles with a crisis of faith in Paul Schrader's mind-bending spiritual drama.
By Anton Bitel
This Purge origin story presents a timely dystopian vision of America’s class, race and culture wars.
By Matthew Eng
Boots Riley’s surrealist vision of corporate servitude is a comedy with plenty of willpower and zero apologies.
Don’t miss this sensitive and intuitive portrait of the iconic Japanese film composer.
A welcome re-release of Agnés Varda’s best film, chronicling the final days of a French wanderer in search of freedom.
Debra Granik’s tender story of a father and daughter living off the grid is one of the year’s very best.
By Thomas Hobbs
This profile of the 1970s New York disco nirvana is a rollicking examination of American excess.
Jane Campion’s achingly beautiful Palme d’Or-winning masterpiece receives a rerelease to celebrate its 25th anniversary.
A painful sense of impending dread fills every frame of Ari Aster’s searing cinematic debut.
Maverick British filmmaker Andrew Kötting serves up another remarkable audio-visual experience.
The late fashion designer’s life and work makes for a compelling if complicated subject.
Marion Cotillard and Charlotte Gainsbourg vie for Matthieu Amalric’s affections in this taut melodrama.
This twisty psycho-thriller from François Ozon sees a perplexed young woman dating identical shrinks.
Louise Brooks is as beguiling as ever in this BFI re-issue of GW Pabst’s silent era classic.