Shaun the Sheep: Farmageddon
Following the disappointingly just okay prehistoric football pic ‘Early Man’ Aardman Animation regain their mojo with the second big screen solo outing for the rascally quadru...
The Peanut Butter Falcon
From the producers of ‘Little Miss Sunshine’ this endearing but flawed picture echoes the earlier film’s cast of eccentrics and precision-tooled quirk. Zak (Gottsagen) is a tw...
This biopic, which charts Garland’s final series of London concerts the year before her death in 1969, shares the same structure and setting (and even a character) as last yea...
‘Farming’ was the name given to the practice of Nigerian parents in the 60s and 70s, who were working or studying in England, of paying white working class parents to foster t...
Tehran: City of Love
Three crisscrossing disparate Iranian singletons look for love and affection in contemporary Iran in this wistful but winning comedy drama. Mina (Ghajabegli) is an overweight ...
DVD: Amazing Grace
Aretha Franklin’s astonishing live performance from 1972 is being released on DVD, Blu-ray and digital download.
British writer-director Joanna Hogg’s latest tartly amusing take on middle-class angst, a semi-autobiographical dysfunctional love story, is her best picture to date. Byrne is...
Set in 1975 Argentina, just prior to the military coup, writer-director Benjamín Naishtat’s picture is an allegorically rich and palpably clammy study of corruption and corros...
The Shiny Shrimps
This very broad comedy about a gay water polo team hoping to make a splash at the Gay Olympics in Croatia was a surprise smash in France. Belgian actor Gob is Matthias, a Fren...
The Shock of the Future
Directed by a member of hip band Nouvelle Vague, starring the granddaughter of Alejandro Jodorowsky, Alma, and set in a 70s French apartment that looks like Hoxton circa now, ...
Writer-director Mark Jenkin’s visually audacious and timely picture chronicles the tensions between struggling locals and middle class recent arrivals as gentrification encroa...
Norwegian writer-director Camilla Strom-Henriksen’s striking debut is a deft weaving together of kitchen sink realism and psychological drama with fantasy and horror elements....
Pain and Glory
Semi-autobiographical but never self-indulgent, the latest from Almodóvar is an uncharacteristically low-key and autumnal meditation on love, ageing, family and the creative p...