A remarkably assured debut by Christos Nikou, Apples is a Greek comedy-drama reminiscent of the work of Yorgos Lanthimos and the perfect film for the times we live in.
A taciturn loner and a Chinese immigrant scheme to steal milk from a wealthy landowner’s prized Jersey cow in Kelly Reichardt's (Certain Women; Wendy and Lucy) western drama First Cow.
Winner of Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actress at the Academy Awards, Nomadland follows a woman who starts a new life on the road in the American Midwest after the economic collapse of her town.
Riz Ahmed is superb in this remarkably assured feature debut from director and screenwriter Darius Marder about a heavy metal drummer who after losing his hearing, is forced to re-evaluate his place in the world.
Using footage that has remained largely unseen until now, State Funeral is an illuminating documentary about the national impact of Soviet Union leader Joseph Stalin's death.
Madness and melancholy intersect to thrilling effect as Pedro Almodóvar reimagines Jean Cocteau’s short play The Human Voice, shot over nine days in Madrid in July 2020 and premiered to critical acclaim at the Venice Film Festival.