Timestalker – first-look review

By David Jenkins

Alice Lowe’s miraculous second feature is a triumph of imagination, soul-searching and a refined comic instinct.

Flamin’ Hot – first-look review

By Weiting Liu

Eva Longoria dramatises the invention of America's beloved spicy snack food in her charming feature debut.

I Used to Be Funny – first-look review

By Weiting Liu

A young woman struggles to come to terms with her PTSD while the child she used to nanny goes missing in Ally Pankiw's directorial debut.

Problemista – first-look review

By Lex Briscuso

Los Espookys' Julio Torres makes the leap to film with a surreal, touching comedy about a Salvadoran immigrant, co-starring Tilda Swinton.

Midnight in Austin: four world premieres at SXSW 2023

By Anton Bitel

Murderous teens, strange growths and television-haunting ghosts are on the bill in SXSW's midnight movies slate.

Bottoms – first-look review

By Lex Briscuso

Ayo Edibiri and Rachel Sennott star as teenagers who start an all-female fight club at their high school in Emma Seligman's raunchy sophomore feature.

Bodies Bodies Bodies – first-look review

By Erin Brady

A killer cast slashes through a disastrous hurricane party in a raunchy and fun romp meant for a theatre.

Soft & Quiet – first-look review

By Erin Brady

Beth de Araújo takes viewers into a white supremacist nightmare in her terrifying yet staggering directorial debut.

Spin Me Round – first-look review

By Annie Lyons

A talented cast including Alison Brie and Aubrey Plaza can't save Jeff Baena's Italian sojourn from taking a sour turn towards the tedious.

Alone Together – first-look review

By Cassidy Olsen

This unique and often insightful documentary shows Charli XCX collaborating with her fans on a DIY quarantine album.

Song to Song – first look review

By David Jenkins

Terrence Malick dazzles with a metaphysical jukebox musical starring Rooney Mara and Ryan Gosling.

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