All of a sudden, Laura is a real girl, and the disturbing realities of her fate can no longer be shrouded by implication and surrealist imagery.Read More
The much-maligned second season sees Lynch at his most Lynchian, marrying the supernatural and the banal to create something both wonderful and strange.
This period drama is a welcome recognition of Britain's multiracial diversity, but ultimately highlights the limits of representation politics.Read More
'The Cranes Are Flying' and 'Beanpole' dissect Soviet women’s involvement in and after World War II from different angles, examining how they
'Assassination Nation' delivers an honest and unforgiving portrayal of the persecution girls have to face in a society run by social media.
Michael Reich's semi-autobiographical tale of a dog groomer/aspiring moviemaker offers a bottomless supply of lo-fi bizarreness.More
A string of satanic killings provide the backdrop for two groups of friends battling it out in '80s Indiana.More
A delicate web of family secrecy is unravelled in this impressive debut feature from Xiang Zi.More
Lee Isaac Chung’s brilliant new film, Minari, deservedly received the U.S. Dramatic Competition Grand Jury Prize and U.S. Dramatic Competition Audience Award atMore
Alistair Banks Griffin's sociopolitical thriller delivers a strong character with weak plot.Read More