Lauryn Berry reviews The Great Circus documentary, which follows a circus company in its preparations for a new show
Charlotte Dauphin’s haunting portrayal of grief boasts a visual elegance but has little under the surface.
Trouble Will Find Us tells a tragic tale of a couple’s misunderstanding and struggles through their changing relationship
Adrien Martinez explores social isolation, relationships, and subjectivity in the digital age through the eyes of an obsessive, lonely, and damaged outcast.
Pelé avoids being too deferential to its subject and engages with his political legacy
Our contributors picked their favourite films from Spain and Latin America in the third instalment of the International Cinema series
Is it time to create more modern love stories for the LGBTQ+ community?
With hundreds more films and TV shows added to the site, has Disney Plus finally claimed top spot amidst the ‘Streaming Wars’?
Netflix’s new show strings along a series of secrets that makes for one of 2021’s first must-watch series
One of the best shot independent films of recent years, Fugitive Dreams is a touching tale of homelessness, police brutality and a search for purpose
Country of Hotels draws influence from The Shining, yet fails to add anything new to the genre in what becomes a boring and uncomfortable watch
Dealing with poignant, contemporary themes, Brazilian drama The Battle of Shangri-la features a strong central performance and adept filmmaking
Remasterings of the major works of Wong Kar-Wai feature timeless and urgent love stories and pay homage to the city of Hong Kong
Riz Ahmed shines as a hearing-impaired drummer in an understated drama about struggling to accept a dramatic change in one’s way of living
Fred Hampton biopic might not be truly revolutionary, but is not afraid of showing true Black Panthers’ viewpoints
Manchester International Film Festival comes back in 2021 with a new selection of world and UK premieres.
To celebrate this year’s LGBT History Month our writers picked the essential LGBT biographical films