Following successful editions of Sundance and Rotterdam in 2021, the future for these events looks virtual.
By Nick Joyner
At this year’s Sundance Film Festival, three films broadened our understanding of the fight against racial discrimination.
By Thomas Flew
A trio of documentaries revealed different aspects of the American education system.
Nicolas Cage and director Sion Sono team up for a rollicking post-apocalyptic battle royale.
This poignant character study from writer/director Clint Bentley is centred in the world of professional horse racing.
Jane Schoenbrun’s unnerving debut, about an internet role-play phenomenon, nails the online adolescence experience.
Ninja Thyberg’s debut feature delivers an intimate perspective on the adult entertainment industry.
Rat Film director Theo Anthony delves deep into the myriad ethical quandaries concerning mass surveillance.
The truth proves far stranger than the fiction in this constantly surprising Holocaust chronicle.
Ben Wheatley’s pandemic-themed psychedelic fever dream is the love child of Kill List and A Field in England.
By Leila Latif
Ruth Negga and Tessa Thompson star in this slow-paced but perceptive race drama from Rebecca Hall.
By Ed Gibbs
Edgar Wright delivers a deliciously infectious, suitably absurdist ode to his unsung musical heroes.
Familiar thematic elements come together in Erin Vassilopoulos’ riff on the doppelgänger genre.
There’s shades of Miranda July in Zoe Lister-Jones and Daryl Wein’s deadpan end-of-the-world comedy.
Dash Shaw’s entrancing animated fable imagines a utopia filled with a dazzling array of mythic creatures.
A film censor becomes obsessed with unlocking the secrets of her sister’s disappearance in this stylish horror throwback.
An apparent break-in sends a middle-class family into a spiral in Ronny Trocker’s exacting drama.