David Michôd emerges from the lion's den and leaps directly into the furnace for his brilliant second feature.
By David Jenkins
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
A stranger-than-fiction skateboarding documentary to rank alongside Man on Wire and The Imposter.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
The mighty Lav Diaz repurposes Dostoyevsky in this transcendental crime drama.
By Adam Nayman
Bad taste and taboo-busting abound in this essential biography of the drag icon.
By Rebecca Ellis
Philippe Garrel's latest meditation on love and life is an understated sensual delight.
This swooping and soaring sequel boasts big thrills, innovative set-pieces and a surprisingly radical political outlook.
By Adam Woodward