Our take on the latest films to hit the big (and small) screen.
Miranda July’s indie feel-good film is a future classic.
McQueen’s film shows just how much other cultures can enrich Britain when it embraces them.
Excellent direction and a standout performance by Lawson makes this a must-see.
Natalie Erika James delivers a brilliant horror future classic.
If you can keep up, Willem Dafoe’s latest is a fun ride.
Lloyd’s tale is a tale of community and its importance in the lives of those facing abuse.
Deep down, Elizabeth Lo’s film is about a lot more than dogs.
This play adaptation has a lot to say, and says it well enough to be remembered.
History has been kind to this time-travelling duo as they return for a decent sequel.