In his latest documentary, the American master Frederick Wiseman observes the routines of the Troisgros family and their three fine dining restaurants in France.
Michel Franco's drama about the chokehold of the past boasts star power in Jessica Chastain and Peter Sarsgaard, but never quite delivers on its emotional premise.
Goran Stolevski's third feature is a story of queer solidarity in Northern Macedonia that doesn't quite come together.
A group of teenagers set off on a post-graduation road trip in Bill and Turner Ross's latest feature, billed as their first fiction.
Ava DuVernay adapts Isabel Wilkerson's 2020 non-fiction book 'Caste: The Origin of Our Discontents' with somewhat mixed results, interweaving Wilkerson's personal story into one of systemic subjugation.
Richard Linklater and Glen Powell team up for a highly entertaining black comedy about a mild-mannered college professor who becomes a fake hit man.
By Xuanlin Tham
The final performance of the late Japanese composer is captured in stunning, heart-rending detail by his son.
A young man who feels disconnected from the world around him receives shocking news about his absent father in Moin Hussain's moving feature debut.
Sofia Coppola turns her keen eye to modern mythology, adapting Priscilla Presley's memoir into a gorgeous, acutely sad coming-of-age drama.
By Xuanlin Tham
Ryusuke Hamaguchi's ecological drama about a small mountain village threatened by a new development is a haunting, glacial depiction of the gulf between capitalism and environmentalism.
William Friedkin's final film sees Jason Clarke act as a reluctant naval lawyer in a highly irregular case, attempting to prove the innocence of a sailor accused of mutiny.
David Fincher and Se7en screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker reteam for a thriller about an assassin whose bad day at the office has nasty ramifications.
Across three timelines, a pair of lovers find each other again and again in Bertrand Bonello's ambitious, genre-defying latest.
Harmony Korine ushers in a new experimental tack with his purposefully off-putting infra-red assassin film, which attempts to gamify cinema.
Bradley Cooper's much-feted drama about legendary composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein proves an underwhelming exercise in by-the-book biographical drama.
Yorgos Lanthimos reunites with his Emma Stone for a lavish and lewd romp through a steampunk vision of Europe.
Wes Anderson adapts his second Roald Dahl story, this time into a rather delightful short with some beautifully rendered theatrical set pieces.