Bo Burnham's Eighth Grade generated a buzz at last year's Sundance UK. It's a beautifully naturalistic and affecting coming-of-age film.
This pair of documentary film essays form a fascinating consideration of Andrei Tarkovsky in his late career.
Paolo Sorrentino's much anticipated Berlusconi biopic has all the sleeze but its satire is dull
Jacques Audiard's English-language debut is a solid and entertaining western.
This latest biopic of Vincent Van Gogh is an effective sensory experience but ultimately is far less profound than its title suggests.
Evelyn is a a beautiful and ultimately optimistic documentary about a family confronting their grief.
Burning is an exceptional, nuanced thriller with incredible acting. It resonated with me for days.