Manchester By The Sea is a stunning, mournful film about a man's struggle between honouring his brother's wishes and protecting himself from his awful past.
Justin Kelly’s lithe and hypnotically gripping new thriller King Cobra centres on the real-life 2007 murder of a gay porn producer and succeeds thanks to some deeply committed performances across the board.
Bleed For This turns an incredible true story about one the greatest sporting comebacks into a boxing film everyone has seen before.
Jim Jarmusch's Paterson is a profound, sweet and contemplative film that finds meaning and complexity in the little things and gaps of everyday life.
Makoto Shinkai's Your Name is a romance turned inside out, with its beating heart showing and full of beauty. Highly recommended.
Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival is an intelligent, beautiful sci-fi film that grounds the extraordinary very firmly in the ordinary.
With BFI's London Film Festival done and dusted, we round up all the best film festivals, screenings and seasons happening in London this November.
Phantasm: Remastered is a loving restoration of the Don Coscarelli classic, supervised by J.J. Abrams. The fish-wires are gone, but the bizarreness remains.
With Queen of Katwe, Mira Nair delivers a home run of a Disney crowdpleaser which tugs on the heartstrings without ever really venturing out of its comfort zone.
Andrea Arnold’s first US-set movie American Honey is a resonant, freewheeling epic, where youthful abandon triumphs over economic and social adversity.