By Anton Bitel
Susanne Wolff plays a woman lost at sea in this smart nautical allegory from Wolfgang Fischer.
Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn play a pair of corrupt cops in S Craig Zahler’s ultraviolent latest.
The world’s greatest footballer suffers a crisis of confidence in this colourful fantasy satire.
This vibrant drama recounts one man’s journey to becoming the first POC dancer in the Royal Ballet.
By Beth Webb
Jessie Buckley dazzles in this heel-tapping ballad of an aspiring Glaswegian country star
By Matt Turner
Shireen Seno’s striking second feature explores a period of social change from a child’s perspective.
Beat it, Batman. Step aside, Supes. The DC Extended Universe has got itself a new golden boy.
By Kyle Turner
A young peasant boy embarks on a transformative journey in Alice Rohrwacher’s enchanting socialist fable.
Joaquin Phoenix and John C Reilly saddle up for director Jacques Audiard’s lighthearted western.
Jonas Åkerlund attempts to debunk the various myths surrounding the Norwegian Black Metal scene.
Community spirit and the sense of personal empowerment found in amateur boxing is the subject of this moving doc.
Jordan Peele’s second feature disturbs, provokes and tickles in its arch dismantling of the modern American family.
This beautifully scripted drama of blithe romantic connections in ’90s France is a real keeper.
An innocent celebration of skateboarding evolves into a profound study of the transition from youth to adulthood.
Simon Amstell’s debut theatrical feature offers a perfect blend of comedy and tragedy.
Andrew Garfield disappears down the rabbit hole in David Robert Mitchell’s zany LA noir.
Richard Billingham offers a bracingly honest portrait of life in a Birmingham council flat.
Brooklyn’s BAM hosts the first ever US screenings of Franco Rosso’s reggae classic.