The Last Black Man In San Francisco generates a buzz at Sundance earlier this year. It’s a quirky, enjoyable love letter to a city that’s rapidly losing its character.
Beanpole is a remarkable film depicting two young women in Leningrad in 1945, the aftermath of the war. It won Un Certain Regard best film and director at Cannes.
This French-Canadian ghost story is an unusual and atmospheric film that leaves a lingering impression
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.
Jacques Audiard's English-language debut is a solid and entertaining western.
Burning is an exceptional, nuanced thriller with incredible acting. It resonated with me for days.
Ingmar Bergman's long-unseen spy movie (!) is no masterpiece, but it's a brisk entertaining diversion.
Mandy is a satisfying and visually impressive revenge myth, with a great role for Nicolas Cage
László Nemes's follow-up to Son of Saul is a frustrating experience
Revisiting John Carpenter's The Fog was a fun and colourful experience