A haunting portrait of a community in crisis.
Japanese master film-maker Kore-eda's first foray outside of Japan is a family saga set in Paris.
Yi’nan Diao crafts another gritty neo-noir about a man on the run, with a bounty on his head.
Ron Howard's keenly-awaited bio-pic of the greatest tenor of recent times.
Rachael Ward directs this feel-good Aussie movie about a group of middle-aged friends.
This sweeping German feature, based on a true story, tells of an artist escaping from East Germany.
Tom Harper directs this gritty, yet optimistic feature, about a young ex-con trying to make it as a country singer.
The hugely popular Exhibition on Screen series returns with Degas, and Glam chats to the producer, Phil Grabsky.
A classic tale of an adolescent boy befriending a fading racehorse.
Polish director Pawel Pawlikowski's post WW II love story, inspired by his own parents.
Hirokazu Koreeda crafts what may be his finest feature yet.
For what is nominally a horror movie, the new Suspiria is notably ambitious, aiming for a comparatively epic vision.
Sergei Loznitsa's lavish fantasy of war and survival in Eastern Ukraine.
A work of noble intentions that promises far more than it actually achieves.
This feature's impact hits closer to the level of a tele-movie.