Paul Thomas Anderson charts the end of the hippy dream in this blissful gumshoe chimera.
By David Jenkins
Sexual awakenings of the Venezuelan underclass are at the centre of Mariana Rondón's helplessly charming film.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
Louis Malle's unsentimental depiction of his own boyhood during the Nazi occupation of France stands the test of time.
By Wally Hammond
Nick Broomfield returns with his best film in a decade with this dark exploration into the actions of a LA serial killer.
By Rebecca Ellis
Shake, rattle and brawl. A student drummer faces off with his psycho teacher in Damien Chazelle's pulsating drama.
Claude Lanzmann's devastating appendix to his epochal Holocaust documentary, Shoah, is a vital piece of cinema.
By Jordan Cronk
Michael Keaton soars in director Alejandro González Iñárritu's triumphant return to form.
By Adam Woodward
This ambling French tale from 1986 about a woman deciding where to go on holiday is one of modern cinema's high pinnacles.