Young Royals’ season 2 sees the intensities of falling in love replaced by a much more poignant exploration of mental health.
Petr Jákl’s Medieval (Jan Žižka) is a visually impressive if narratively underwhelming historical epic, showcasing one of the greatest military heroes in Czech history.
Poignant and emotional, Ann Hu’s Confetti dispels myths about dyslexia in a heartfelt story about a mother’s love and determination to give her daughter the best chance.
Doctor Who Am I is a quirky documentary about fandom, although its ‘found family’ message isn’t quite as poignant or developed as it could be.
As a Shakespearean retelling, Karen Maine’s Rosaline is fun, charming and not afraid to call out its star-crossed lovers for being a tad melodramatic.
She-Hulk is a delightful, funny and incredibly self-aware series that showcases the charisma of Tatiana Maslany and smashes through that fourth wall. Literally.
Stephen Frears’ The Lost King embellishes the truth a little, but is ultimately a warm, gently amusing tale of determination and unlikely discoveries.
Despite style and a strong start, Pippo Mezzapesa’s Burning Hearts doesn’t fulfil its ‘Romeo and Juliet’ ambitions or stay compelling.
A personal movie from Antonio Lukich, Luxembourg, Luxembourg is a sweet, moving film about present and absent familial ties.
Despite terrific performances and impactful commentary, Saint Omer’s languid and somewhat indulgent style might alienate some.