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
Necronomicon, the 1993 portmanteau movie from Brian Yuzna, is a fun Lovecraft adaptation with some very impressive special effects
This winning autobiographical feature is a funny and entertaining film about family and heritage.
Only You is a romantic tale about a couple in love but tested emotionally with age gap and fertility concerns. It's an engaging and honest film.
Starring Lena Headey (aka Cercei Lannister), The Flood is an understated film about asylum, compassion and dignity
Vox Lux is a stunning and bold film tackling big themes and featuring a tour-de-force performance from Natalie Portman.
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