Mari Jones's Content
A wordless animation becomes a hypnotic look at life itself.
Hirokazu Koreeda’s After the Storm is a powerful delight, and a grippingly realistic drama
“It’s truth time!” with Julian Barratt’s hilarious Detective Mindhorn
Love, obsession and betrayal are all on the menu in this admirable film noir
Bullets and jokes fly fast in Ben Wheatley’s Free Fire
Dive into the terrifying world of The Chamber
The mother of all revenge films.
Pedro Almodóvar returns with Julieta, an engrossing mystery-drama all about looking back on past regrets.
Mirroring events in Paris last year, Nocturama is a terrifyingly relevant story, but lacks something to make it truly interesting.
Bartosz M. Kowalski’s Playground is a hard-hitting, realistic drama, with a terrifying conclusion that will leave you reeling for days.
Xavier Dolan’s It’s Only the End of the World is a powerful, tragic tale, and a beautifully mesmerising one.
Alice Lowe writes, directs and stars in a dark yet hilarious take on all things maternal.
Pete Travis delivers an intriguing London-set film noir, with a fascinating central turn from Riz Ahmed.
Andrea Arnold's American Honey is an entrancing, energetic road trip movie that follows a group of teens in search of the American dream.
Alice Winocour's Disorder is a fascinating drama about one man's struggle with PTSD, but a film that leaves you wanting more.
Terence Davies' Sunset Song is a lyrical beauty, but one that sits uneasily alongside his previous works.
Visually stunning and perfectly performed, Justin Kurzel's Macbeth is an altogether grittier take on the Bard's tale.
A captivating and highly emotional adaptation of Emma Donoghue's novel
Jeremy Saulnier brings us another relentless thrill ride with Green Room.
Todd Haynes' Carol is a sublime drama and a true cinematic masterpiece, featuring stunning performances from Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara.