Kelvin Harrison Jr

Peter Dinklage and a few musical numbers liven up a classic in the Cyrano trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The latest film from Joe Wright brings his signature theatricality to Rostand’s timeless romance.

Monster

By Flora Spencer Grant

Kelvin Harrison Jr goes on trial in this well-intentioned but melodramatic look at America’s racist legal system.

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Kelvin Harrison Jr: ‘Black people are beaten down before we’re celebrated’

By Benjamin Akpan

The rising star of Luce and Waves talks subverting expectations and stereotypes of black masculinity.

Waves

By Hannah Strong

Writer/director Trey Edward Shults delivers another spiky interrogation of parent-child relationships.

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Monsters and Men

By Katherine McLaughlin

John David Washington is a cop struggling to come to terms with systematic racism in Reinaldo Marcus Green’s debut feature.

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It Comes at Night

By Elena Lazic

This coldly affecting contagion horror excels in generating a sense of acute dread, but falls short on the story front.

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