Understated, honest, and unflinching, Acasa, My Home is a stunning portrayal of a family caught in a unique upheaval.
Daniel Schechter’s Safe Spaces intertwines grief, trauma, and the boundaries of offence in a surprisingly sensitive way.
5 of the rare adaptations that not only lived up to expectations, but managed to be even better than the book.
Looted may stick to very well-trodden ground, but outstanding acting performances bring a surprising emotional depth.
Ronnie’s is a poignant love letter to one of London’s great musical institutions, and to the man behind it.
When The Trial of the Chicago 7 finds its rhythm, it rewards you with some of the finest political cinema of recent years.
The Forty-Year-Old Version may not land every punch it throws, but there’s a great deal to be taken from an incredibly fresh picture.