This rousing documentary provides a personal, feminist entry point to Nigeria's pro-Democracy movement.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
Brad Bird's sparkling sci-fi blockbuster is powered by big ideas and wide-eyed inquiry.
By David Jenkins
Miroslav Slaboshpitsky's punishingly bleak tribute to silent cinema and modern disability is a great debut.
By Anton Bitel
Howard Hawks' 1939 aviation-themed classic is arguably the first action-comedy-drama-romance-thriller. See it.
By Matt Thrift
The outer chassis may look battered and bruised, but there's well-oiled action perfection under the bonnet.
By Adam Woodward
This quietly radical and poetic teen drama depicts the black experience in the suburbs of Paris.
Tsai Ming-liang's (s)low-fi masterpiece Stray Dogs finally makes it to UK cinemas.
Prepare to be floored by Christian Petzold's masterful postwar melo, particularly for its astonishing final shot.