Frances O’Connor’s dreamy film about Emily Brontë is propelled by emotions.
Florian Zeller’s latest film is surprisingly unkind to its Gen Z character.
This is a good film, but was it really worthy of winning the Palm d’Or?
This Danish drama, which centres on a true, intriguing mystery, seldom relaxes its grip.
Ruth Wilson gives a riveting performance as a troubled woman in a British seaside town.
Ralph Fiennes is back in the desert in a film that combines a serious moral with caustic humour.
A Spanish comedy about movie-making featuring two of the nation’s biggest stars.
A melancholy, quietly satisfying French screen version of the iconic detective movie.
Though the film is well crafted, the crucial ingredients of mischief and wild imagination are missing.
Featuring arresting imagery and music, this follow up to Mountain carries a strong environmental message.
A British true story captures the spirit of the great Ealing comedies.
Kenneth Branagh’s evocation of his life as a boy during Northern Ireland’s Troubles is a triumph.
Featuring an exquisite performance by Renate Reinsve, this romantic drama is a complex tragicomedy.