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KNIVES OUT

Rian Johnson takes aim at modern America in a playful, ingenious murder mystery

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THE REPORT

The truth will out as Adam Driver takes on the CIA in real-life post-9/11 thriller

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ZOMBI CHILD

Teen trifles clash with sacred traditions and powerful voodoo in Bertrand Bonello’s diasporic meditation

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COLOUR OUT OF SPACE

A family goes berserk in a Lovecraftian horror which you’ll remember for Nicolas Cage milking an alpaca

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FAMILY ROMANCE, LLC

Renting out family and friends is the new focus of Herzog’s exploratory lens

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BEANPOLE

Kantemir Balagov’s second feature tackles issues of motherhood, PTSD, and the strive to bring colour into post-WWII life

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GHOST TOWN ANTHOLOGY

Tragedy dredges up the spectres of the past in Denis Côté’s chilling community parable

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MONOS

A stark portrayal of excessive violence and child militance that renders all the comforts of civilisation unimportant

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WAITING FOR THE BARBARIANS

Questions of colonialism frame Ciro Guerra’s English-language debut

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THE PEANUT BUTTER FALCON

A renegade modern-day Huckleberry Finn tale starring Shia LeBeouf and newcomer Zack Gottsagen