This observational documentary is an ethereal ode to nature and its fight to survive in the hands of human greed.
Romola Garai’s feature directorial debut is a haunting feminist revenge horror that upturns genre tropes and flouts convention.
By Steph Green
Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige craft a thoughtful collage that blends personal archives with intergenerational traumas.
Kenneth Branagh’s semi-autobiographical drama about The Troubles is undermined by its depthless and apolitical tone.
Rolling Stone editor Jason Fine pootles around California with the Beach Boys legend in Brent Wilson's lacklustre documentary.
Denzel Washington’s fourth directorial effort is a story of love, loss and sacrifice told through the journal of Charles Monroe King.
A bookstore meet-cute leads to a transformative relationship for two gay men in Matthew Fifer and Kieran Mulcare’s drama.
Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand take on the most infamous power couple in literary history, care of Joel Coen.
Andrea Arnold’s long-awaited fifth feature is a remarkable and visceral assault on the senses.
By Mark Asch
Apichatpong Weerasethakul meticulously crafts a sensory journey soaked in introspection and metaphysical perplexity.
By Anton Bitel
This stylishly directed “requel” trickily rakes over the grave of the original Scream films, but please, no more!
Jessica Chastain’s passion project is a questionable espionage thriller that flaunts its international cast of A-Listers.
This tender and affecting documentary on a visionary of contemporary dance offers a glimpse of the man behind the genius.
Netflix rings in the new year with an austere World War Two espionage thriller from director Christian Schwochow.
Asghar Farhadi’s exceptional Iran-centred drama is a soulful reflection on the morality of crime.