By Eve Jones
Crystal Moselle’s New York-set tale of female friendship is one of the most exhilarating films of the year.
By Anton Bitel
Eli Roth’s latest offering is a Harry Potter-fied version of a 1950s haunted house horror.
A dance troupe descends into a drug-addled nightmare in Gaspar Noé’s high-larks latest.
By Elena Lazic
Peter Berg and Mark Wahlberg’s latest collaboration is an exploration of American militarism that doesn’t quite work.
Hollywood funny guy Paul Feig tries his hand at something a little different with this fizzy comedy thriller.
Agnès Varda hits the road with French photographer and muralist JR in this singularly charming social document.
Filmmaker Steve Loveridge takes us on a whistle-stop tour of the life and career of his close friend M.I.A.
Isabelle Huppert cameos in this sentimental coming-out story from French director Anne Fontaine.
This quietly compelling drama from Annemarie Jacir follows a father and son delivering wedding invitations.
Writer/director Chloé Zhao’s spellbinding second feature is a wistful ode to a bygone America.
The story of Gaston Glock is woven into this intriguing survey of modern firearms culture.
The inside story of the Hatton Garden diamond heist, with Michael Caine and Ray Winstone.
Shane Black exhumes this seminal ’80s monster franchise by paying homage to the abject nastiness of the original.
Jon M Chu’s sparkling Singapore-set romantic comedy is a watershed moment for diversity in mainstream cinema.
Iggy Pop narrates this strange, singular documentary comprising the observations of 62 cinematographers from across the globe.