Norway’s favourite synth-pop sons receive the full music biography treatment in this intimate documentary.
Three college students eager to party end up in a fraught situation in director Carey Williams’ comedy-thriller.
Tom Cruise smashes the sound barrier once again in this thrilling belated sequel to the beloved ’80s classic.
Terence Davies explores the tragic and complex life of World War I poet Siegfried Sassoon in this elegantly moving biopic.
Leah Purcell writes, directs and stars in this violent psychological western about a Bushwoman defending her lonesome patch.
An elderly Parisian couple struggle with the trials of ageing in Gaspar Noé’s miserable but intriguing new film.
A skeptical amateur wrestler finds religion in writer/director Rosalind Ross’ uninspired biopic.
A woman reeling from a personal tragedy embarks on the holiday from hell in Alex Garland’s very British folk horror film.
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A Chinese-American family’s lives are changed forever across multiple universes in Daniels’ ambitious second feature.
Director Sam Raimi injects some much needed personality into Marvel’s latest brand-building exercise.
Nick Cave and Warren Ellis perform an intimate yet expansive session at the Battersea Arts Centre. The results are mesmerising.
The sprawling period drama returns to the big screen for a giddy swirl of lawns and penguin suits.
Marie Amiguet and Vincent Munier track the elusive endangered Tibetan snow leopard in this poetic wildlife documentary.
A teenage girl gets caught up in a mysterious online game in Jane Schoenbrun's fascinating tech-horror debut.
Queercore godhead Bruce LaBruce returns with a wild, camp incest odyssey set in 1970s Quebec.