One of America's great working directors returns with an extremely cool and collected heist movie with Jesse Eisenberg and Dakota Fanning.
By David Jenkins
This sand-blasted Aussie murder mystery tinkers with genre convention while managing to remain sincere and thrilling.
By Anton Bitel
Actor and stand-up Jenny Slate shines in this romantic comedy which faces up to the realities of abortion.
By Oliver Lyttelton
If you only do one thing this year, make sure you catch this shattering masterpiece by the Dardenne brothers.
Don't miss this re-release of Satyajit Ray's hushed study of feminism and the role of the wife from 1965.
By Phil Concannon
David Michôd emerges from the lion's den and leaps directly into the furnace for his brilliant second feature.
The voracious sexual appetite of Dominique Strauss-Kahn makes the basis for Abel Ferrara's brilliant, provocative new film.
By Jordan Cronk
Hong Khaou's debut feature is a hushed essay on coping with grief, sexuality and the cultural/generational divide.
By Sophie Ivan