An eccentric Italian engineer constructs an island utopia in the Adriatic Sea in this old-fashioned charmer.
Queer romance blossoms in this tactful tale of migrant identity from first-time director Faraz Shariat.
By Rogan Graham
The striking fourth episode in Steve McQueen’s Small Axe anthology depicts the difficult blossoming of an artist.
Henry Blake’s assured debut sees a young boy forced into trafficking drugs across the UK’s internal borders.
A group of exiled libertines engage in a moonlit orgy in director Albert Serra’s puckish historical romp.
Innovative tech-powered horror miniature which trades on the hazards of the pandemic lockdown.
Occasionally interesting, overly glossy profile doc on the fiercely independent and outspoken Pogues frontman.
Viggo Mortensen steps behind the camera for this observational drama about bridging generational divides.
Ryan Murphy’s star-studded restaging of the hit Broadway musical hits all the right notes.
A headless woman sparks a search for a mythical creature in Alejandro Fadel’s taut mountainside thriller.
By Leila Latif
Rachel Brosnahan sheds her Mrs Maisel shtick in this compelling road movie about a woman on the run.
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 Erik Nielsen
Alex Winter directs this expansive portrait of the self-styled rock god, for hardcore fans and skeptics alike.
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.