New York Dolls frontman David Johansen takes the stage in Martin Scorsese's latest music doc.
James Ivory reminisces about a youthful year spent in Afghanistan with this cozy archival documentary.
By Weiting Liu
A filmmaker and his estranged daughter visit an old friend in Hong Sang-soo's latest riff on the connection between art and romance.
Ruth Beckermann enlists a hundred men to read passages from the controversial 19th century novel Josefine Mutzenbacher: The Life Story of a Viennese Whore.
Bertrand Bonello's bouncing off the walls in this free-associative grab-bag of early lockdown anxieties.
Joaquin Phoenix and newcomer Woody Norman play uncle and nephew in Mike Mills’ tender drama about a family in flux.
Three aid workers are led on a detour through darkest Transylvania in Radu Muntean’s allegorical intergenerational drama.
Something Coen this way comes... Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand star in this innovative take on the Bard.
Michelle Pfieffer prowls the upper social echelons of Paris and Manhattan in this trifling take on Patrick DeWitt’s novel.
John Boyega astonishes in Steve McQueen’s exploration of systemic racism in London’s Met police force.
By Rogan Graham
Steve McQueen’s film about the Mangrove Nine trial is a masterful evocation of political determination.
The first instalment in Steve McQueen’s Small Axe series is a soulful love letter to the West Indian dance scene in West London.
Spike Lee’s film of David Byrne’s acclaimed Broadway performance is a transcendent cinematic experience.
The legendary director’s long-gestating mob epic will finally be unveiled 27 September.
By Matthew Eng
James Gray returns with a deceptively traditional and wondrously transportive cinematic odyssey.