In the Heights
This long-gestating adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s upper Manhattan-set musical eschews some of the knottier subject matter and ambiguity of the
It Must Be Heaven
Palestine writer-actor-director Suleiman’s latest, a deceptively slight globe-trotting series of absurdist sketches, set in Nazareth, Paris and New York
Adapted from his own play with help from British screenwriter Christopher Hampton French director Zeller’s feature debut is a wholly original, moving and unnerving cinematic d...
The estimable Joanna Scanlan delivers what may be a career-best performance as a mourning wife in this quietly understated but affecting and complex drama.
The Killing of Two Lovers
Writer-director Machoian’s solo feature debut is an understated and economic but gripping study of wounded masculinity and marital disintegration.
Trading in the awe-inspiring vistas of previous picture ‘Aquarela’, a globe-trotting documentary which explored
A Quiet Place Part II
John Krasinski’s first ‘A Quiet Place’, in which a family fought off blind, sound-sensitive mysterious monsters in their farmhouse, made a virtue of its simplicity
The Dog Who Wouldn't Be Quiet
Argentinian writer-director Katz’s touching absurdist drama, with its short running time and languid pacing, may sound slight, but there’s enough going on her to fill three no...
American writer-director Reichardt’s loose adaptation of Jon Raymond’s ‘The Half-Life’, (Raymond co-wrote the screenplay) may be her finest film to date.
For her writing-directing effort Billie Piper aims high but misfires spectacularly with this shrill, barely coherent and tiring ‘anti rom com’.
Some Kind Of Heaven
The opening of Lance Oppenheim’s accomplished debut, a documentary about retirement community The Villages, with its shots of synchronised golf buggy
The Greek weird wave a la Yorgos Lanthimos continues with this droll and spookily prescient first feature from director Christos Nikou.
Like her previous picture ‘Mr Jones’, which profiled the Welsh journalist who unearthed the truth about the Stalin regime, Polish director Holland’s latest