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Miguel’ War

Eliane Raheb

Eoghan Lyng - 21-10-2021

In this probing confessional, a frightened Lebanese gay man makes peace with his past - documentary premieres at Raindance [Read More...]

All Sorts

J. Rick Castaneda

Redmond Bacon - 20-10-2021

The banality and beauty of office work expertly intertwines in this absurdist filing competition comedy - from the Raindance Film Festival [Read More...]


Sonita Gale

Redmond Bacon - 20-10-2021

Dirty doc interrogates the inhumane immigration policies by successive British governments, providing a scathing look at British racism - from Raindance [Read More...]

The Beta Test

Jim Cummings, PJ McCabe

Ian Schultz - 20-10-2021

A Hollywood agent struggles to navigate the post-#MeToo film industry, in Jim Cummings and PJ McCabe's ambitious yet poorly structured new movie - in cinemas now [Read More...]

The Tragedy of Macbeth

Joen Coen

Ian Schultz - 19-10-2021

In a rare solo outing as director and writer, Joel Coen draws upon on the lineage of Macbeth on screen, particularly the Orson Welles version, while putting his own unique stamp on it - from the BFI London Film Festival [Read More...]

Last Night in Soho

Edgar Wright

Jacob Mosha - 19-10-2021

The Swinging '60s become a dark and menacing place, in Edgar Wright's delicious blend of psychological horror and comedy - in cinemas Friday, October 29th [Read More...]

The Velvet Underground

Todd Haynes

Ian Schultz - 17-10-2021

One of the greatest music acts of all times gets the Todd Haynes treatment; the outcome is a fitting tribute as revolutionary as the band - in cinemas Friday, October 15th [Read More...]


Rob Savage

Dan Meier - 17-10-2021

A real-life Covid denialist embarks on a vehicular hell trip in order to escape "madness", in this strange blend of found footage and screenlife horror - from the BFI London Film festival [Read More...]

Second Thoughts (Ich Ich Ich)

Zora Rux

Justin Khoo - 16-10-2021

A failed marriage proposal stunt unleashes a number of unexpected events on a young German couple, in this exquisite debut feature - from the Raindance Film Festival [Read More...]


Paul Verhoeven

Dan Meier - 15-10-2021

Talk about a dirty movie; sex and violence abound in Paul Verhoeven’s lesbian nun odyssey, loosely based on a real-life story - from the BFI London Film Festival [Read More...]

Father of Flies

Ben Charles Edwards

Anton Bitel - 14-10-2021

British horror wilfully disorients viewers with a tightly structured script, and a little dash of Tobe Hooper's Poltergeist - from Grimmfest [Read More...]

Ali & Ava

Clio Barnard

Dan Meier - 13-10-2021

Clio Barnard's new drama illustrates the contrasts, the conflicts and also the joys of a multiracial couple in Bradford - from the BFI London Film Festival [Read More...]

The French Dispatch

Wes Anderson

Ian Schultz - 13-10-2021

Wes Anderson's star-studded anthology film is a complex and delightful ode to journalism, and it may require a few viewings in order to unpack all the references - in cinemas on Friday, October 22nd [Read More...]


Fabrice du Welz

Dan Meier - 12-10-2021

Belgian voyeuristic thriller excels in cinematography, while also slipping into worn-out cliches of women and mental illness - from the BFI London Film Fstival [Read More...]

Babi Yar. Context

Sergei Loznitsa

Dan Meier - 11-10-2021

The enfant terrible of Ukrainian cinema crafts a historical documentary raising questions about Jews erased from history and complacence - from the BFI London Film Festival [Read More...]


Russell Owen

Dan Meier - 10-10-2021

The disturbed mind of man driven mad by guilt on a ravaged island unspools like reams of wool, in this atmospheric British horror - from the BFI London Film Festival [Read More...]


Andrea Arnold

Dan Meier - 08-10-2021

Andrea Arnold seeks pastures green in this genuinely mooo-ving documentary about the cruel routine of milk cow Luna - from the BFI London Film Festival [Read More...]

La Veronica

Leonardo Medel

Truls Rostrup - 08-10-2021

Chilean director takes a very dark look behind the facade of a manipulative social media celebrity - from the Taipei Film Festival [Read More...]

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Seemingly missing for 10 years, the titular animal is back in town-and this time he wants revenge on his ex-girlfriend's dad - from the BFI London Film Festival [Read More...]

No Time to Die
Retired from Her Majesty's Secret Service, James Bond is called back into duty when he uncovers a plot that could wipe out mankind - in cinemas on Thursday, September 30th [Read More...]

Taiwanese drama morphs from deceptively simple teen melodrama into something far more complex - from the Toronto International Film Festival [Read More...]

The Souvenir: Part II
Joanna Hogg continues her highly autobiographical meditation on filmmaking and grief to outstanding results - from the BFI London Film Festival [Read More...]

Las Leyes de la Frontera
Unimaginative Spanish gangster thriller boasts a very large budget and very little edge - from the San Sebastian International Film Festival [Read More...]

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