Matt Dillon joins Yorgos Lanthimos for this bizarre short about a New York cellist whose life is usurped by a passer-by.
Taylor Swift and her folklore collaborators perform and dissect the pandemic album at New York’s Long Pond Studios.
John Boyega tackles institutional bigotry within the Metropolitan Police in Steve McQueen’s searing anti-racism drama.
By Leila Latif
Brandon Cronenberg follows up his impressive debut Antiviral with a visceral slice of hallucinatory ultraviolence.
Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis star in Clea DuVall’s festive rom-com about going home and coming out.
Steve McQueen delivers a sublime party film for the ages in the second instalment of his Small Axe series.
The entertaining story of the titular “Mother of the Blues” sees Chadwick Boseman shine in his final performance.
This low-key but effective tearjerker sees a young mother become caregiver to her ailing daughter.
Joe Keery stars as an aspiring streamer driven to extremes in his never-ending quest for viral fame.
Sean Durkin’s long-awaited second feature is a classically styled break-up movie with Carrie Coon and Jude Law.
The story of one of England’s (and Ireland’s) most beloved footballing sons becomes a sombre portrait of dementia.
By Rogan Graham
Steve McQueen’s Small Axe anthology kicks off with this searing court room drama about the Mangrove Nine trial.
Despite strong performances from Amy Adams and Glenn Close, this misjudged melodrama is an insult to those it claims to represent.
The story of one of Jazz’s brightest and most tragic stars is brought to life in this engaging documentary.
The man behind the man behind Citizen Kane is the subject of David Fincher’s sparkling paean to classic Hollywood.