Greta Gerwig's behemoth blockbuster is a stranger, more fascinating film than its hyper-corporate marketing would suggest.
A deaf Kurdish boy belatedly discovers the simple joys of communication in Edward Lovelace’s moving and politically prescient documentary portrait.
A young hearing impaired boxer finds her hopes of going pro under threat due to the Covid-19 pandemic in Shô Miyake's loose adaptation of Keiko Ogasawara's autobiography.
By Mark Asch
Annie Ernaux and her son David piece together a magical home movie essay on marriage, motherhood and the whole damn thing.
The maestro returns, the patented formula tweaked to blissful perfection in this witty and deeply moving exploration of the tools that we produce to help us see beyond our everyday vision.
A new vital work by Patricio Guzmán sees the documentary veteran turn his gaze towards a new generation of Chilean revolutionaries.
By Leila Latif
Joseph Bologne receives a gorgeous biopic that also serves as a devastating reminder of a greatness nearly entirely expunged from history.
Gina Gammell and Riley Keough’s debut feature focuses on two Oglala Lakota teenagers as they come of age in South Dakota.
By Leila Latif
Miles Morales returns as the web-slinging hero of Brooklyn in this smart sequel which defies expectations.
This humanist portrait of care, surgery and technology is Verena Paravel and Lucien Castaing-Taylor’s most overtly socially conscious work.
By Weiting Liu
Kelly Fremon Craig’s take on Judy Bloom’s iconic preteen novel is a sweet tale of a young girl figuring out religion, boys and puberty.
The lifelong friendship between two men is the subject of Felix van Groeningen and Charlotte Vandermeersch’s poignant Alps-set drama.
An in-your-face and vibrant gangster comedy set on the Ukraine-Romania border about a man who powers through life and directly into disaster.
A young man in Tunisia steps up to care for his younger sisters following the death of their father in Lotfy Nathan's electrifying drama.
By Ella Kemp
Davy Chou’s bittersweet comedy of a Korean adoptee searching for her biological parents is powered by a dazzling lead performance.
Belgian filmmaker Emmanuelle Nicot approaches the subject of child sexual abuse with great sensitivity in her debut feature.
Following the blast of sitcom joy that was We Are Lady Parts, Nida Manzoor takes a giant leap to the big screen with an in-your-face comedy about crane-kicking the face of traditional mores.
An ensemble of radical climate activists attempt to sabotage an oil pipeline in Daniel Goldhaber's environmentalist action-thriller.