Thomas Vinterberg crafts a fun if surprisingly anodyne movie that celebrates moderation.
Chloe Zhao’s third feature entwines a lyrical exploration of the American West with the drilling effects of capitalism and old age.
Rian Johnson takes aim at modern America in a playful, ingenious murder mystery
The truth will out as Adam Driver takes on the CIA in real-life post-9/11 thriller
Teen trifles clash with sacred traditions and powerful voodoo in Bertrand Bonello’s diasporic meditation
A family goes berserk in a Lovecraftian horror which you’ll remember for Nicolas Cage milking an alpaca
Renting out family and friends is the new focus of Herzog’s exploratory lens
Kantemir Balagov’s second feature tackles issues of motherhood, PTSD, and the strive to bring colour into post-WWII life
Tragedy dredges up the spectres of the past in Denis Côté’s chilling community parable
A stark portrayal of excessive violence and child militance that renders all the comforts of civilisation unimportant