Clear-minded and led by charismatic subjects, Coded Bias succeeds despite its shortfalls to offer a haunting takedown of AI evangelism.
A treatise on the Russian Revolution told in 200 minutes of brutally taxing philosophical discussion, Malmkrog uplifts and exhausts in equal measure
When We Were Bullies may be deeply personal, but stumbles on its own insecurities before it can begin to run.
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.