By Anton Bitel
A grieving couple embark on a camping trip in writer/director Johannes Nyholm’s folkloric psychological horror.
The hardships of daily life in one of Paris’ toughest neighbourhoods are captured in Ladj Ly’s La Haine-esque debut.
The Wyld Stallyns return after nearly three decades out of the saddle. The result could hardly be more excellent.
Annette Bening, Bill Night and Josh O’Connor star in this heartrending story of marital strife on the shoreline.
Charlie Kaufman presents a mind-bending psychodrama about a young woman’s journey to meet her boyfriend’s parents.
Xavier Dolan returns to his Québécois roots with this lilting reflection on lost youth and unspoken love.
This powerful documentary charts the history of the Paralympics and its positive impact on disability representation.
Amy Seimetz’s neon-soaked danse macabre is one of the year’s most chilling and effective horrors.
A stoppable force meets an infinitely movable object in Christopher Nolan’s continuum-shattering sci-fi thriller.
Riverdale sweetheart Lili Reinhart plays a star-crossed high schooler in this stilted teen weepie from Richard Tanne.
Classical interests mask taboo-breaking desires in Sadaf Foroughi’s Tehran-set high school drama.
Emmanuelle Devos stars as a fragrance maker extraordinaire in this slight sensory drama from Grégory Magne.
This sun-bleached, Cannes-set romantic drama from director Rebecca Zlotowski is not to be missed.
A young cancer patient falls for a local hustler in this striking debut from Australian director Shannon Murphy.
Matteo Garrone’s live-action retelling of the classic Italian fairy tale is a dream come true.
Dutch filmmaker Oeke Hoogendijk examines the enduring appeal of the art world’s Old Masters.
A group of young women come of age against the backdrop of civil war in Mounia Meddour’s vibrant, nuanced debut.
A troubled young gymnast experiences the ups and down of adolescence in Eva Riley tender debut feature.