Fanny Lye Deliver’d is a quasi-Western set just after the English Civil War, circa 1657, in a period of moral and sexual…
Directed by Ridley Scott, House of Gucci follows the story of the luxury fashion label and the undoing of the family behind it.
The A24 team are looking to outdo themselves once again with what could be their weirdest horror film yet in Lamb, starring Noomi Rapace.
Wahlberg stars alongside up-and-comer Reid Miller in the heart-wrenching drama Joe Bell, based on a true story.
Nic Cage flexes his acting muscles alongside a truffle pig in the best movie of 2021 so far: Pig.
Ridley Scott’s latest The Last Duel is set in 14th century France and follows the story of the last officially sanctioned duel between two friends turned bitter rivals.
Embattled is a thematically dense family drama film based in the world of MMA, focusing on an abusive father-son dynamic.
Justin Chon and Alicia Vikander star as a couple trying to save their family from being torn apart in Blue Bayou.
Jason Momoa faces a formidable foe in a big pharmaceutical company that he blames for his wife’s death in Netflix’s Sweet Girl.
Dating Amber centres on Eddie and Amber, two gay teenagers who fake a romantic relationship at school to convince their tormenting classmates they are straight and otherwise ‘normal’.
Zola stars Taylour Paige and Riley Keough and is based on a wild true story about two strippers on a seedy road trip to Florida.
Beware of a woman with nothing to lose. The Icelandic political thriller, The County, sees a farming woman single-handedly take on the stand-over co-op responsible for the death of her loved husband and enslaving her farming community as cash cows.
John David Washington finds himself caught in the middle of a political conspiracy in the international thriller film, Beckett.
The Sopranos changed television history forever, and now the prequel film, The Many Saints of Newark, looks to explore the series’ leading man’s history.
From the Vine aspires to be sweet and luxuriating, like an aged fine wine that will resonate under the skin and offer some hope, some fascinating insight, or the promise of what could be. But sadly, it falls extremely short.
Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard star in the trippy new musical film, Annette, from acclaimed director Leos Carax and written by the Sparks brothers.
Seconds after becoming a first-time dad and barely afforded time to share the joy of being a new parent, Matt’s wife dies and thrusts him into fatherhood alone.
The new Australian period drama The Drover’s Wife The Legend of Molly Johnson promises to deliver a deep look at a woman that will stop at nothing to protect her family.
Jessica Chastain is barely recognisable as televangelist Tammy Faye in the biographical drama film The Eyes of Tammy Faye.
Minamata captures the harrowing real-life story of Japanese locals suffering shocking neurological and physical paralysis from severe mercury poisoning in the water supply of its coastal towns.
Roy Andersson comes back to the silhouette vignette style of filmmaking on his new and potentially final film, About Endlessness.