Ana Lily Amirpour’s poetic story isn’t polished, but it’s touching nonetheless.
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Sharrock’s tale is a frank look at an issue that dominates modern discourse.
London Film Festival 2020: David Byrne’s American Utopia review – a concert film meets science fiction with great results
Byrne’s theatre production is made even stronger by some Spike Lee magic.
This animation brings a lot of themes and a great story to life.
Jennifer Sheridan’s tale is about much more than just bloodsucking.
London Film Festival 2020: Cicada review – realistic portrayals of love make for a touching, funny film
Subtlety and realism bring this story of love — and the things around it — to life.
Rose Glass’ debut is an uneasy ride through religion, mystery and gore.
This UK road-trip has a lot of dark material, but handles it with dignity.
This French-German co-production won’t be everyone’s cup of tea, but it sure looks good.
This tale from history could have been truly memorable, but falls short of the mark.
Miranda July’s indie feel-good film is a future classic.