By Iana Murray
A Leningrad rock star takes centre stage in Kirill Serebrennikov’s Soviet-era tale of youth in revolt.
There’s shades of Casablanca in Christian Petzold’s riveting period romance, set in Nazi-occupied France.
By Ella Kemp
The pains of prepubescence is the butt of this warm-hearted, foul-mouthed comedy from the makers of Superbad.
Willem Dafoe plays a composer who goes looking for answers in Mexico in this slow and meandering drama.
This tricksy documentary hybrid charts the traditions and transitions of a remote Surinamese tribe.
Gurinder Chadha’s sentimental coming-of-ager charts a British-Pakistani teen’s fixation with Bruce Springsteen.
Two titans of action cinema team up for an audacious blockbuster romp in this well-meaning franchise spin-off.
Holliday Grainger and Alia Shawkat star in this well-observed portrait of female friendship from Sophie Hyde.
The romance between a street photographer and his unwilling subject plays out in this low-key Hindi charmer.
Abuse of all styles and intensities feature in this chilling crime drama from the perspective of a gangster’s moll.
Spike Lee’s magnum opus tells the story of a tense, sweltering summer day in Brooklyn, New York.
Park Chan-wook’s revenge thriller mixes stylish thrills and perverse twists with a surprising amount of humour.
By Matt Thrift
Timothée Chalamet, Elle Fanning and Selena Gomez sparkle in Woody Allen’s washed-out romantic comedy.
By Elena Lazic
Mischievous and pleasurable genre antics with Dennis Quaid as a tooled-up, MAGA-hatted nutbag.
Stars and worlds collide as Quentin Tarantino serves up his most thoughtful and personal work to date.
This star-studded retelling of the rivalry between electricity magnates Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse lacks dramatic spark.
A playful, philosophical and gently maudlin film which toys with the negative stigma attached to dying.
By Ed Gibbs
Documentarian Nick Broomfield shows his romantic side with this touching portrait of Leonard Cohen and his muse.