Gender reassignment surgery is the macguffin in this Australian time-lapse family drama about growing up.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
If you're looking for a great film about a war hero dog with PTSD, look elsewhere.
By Adam Woodward
Tom Harper's stagey chamber piece shows how we might plan for the end of the world.
By David Jenkins
This Spanish serial killer noir is full of beautiful and mysterious water imagery inspired by the photography of Héctor Garrido.
By Anton Bitel
Alexsey German's 15-years-in-the-making political allegory is a visceral, sensory, jaw-dropping masterpiece.
By Matt Thrift
The list of actors who also double as fine directors earns a new name: Joel Edgerton
By Bekzhan Sarsenbay
Bel Powley shines in Marielle Heller's refreshingly non-judgmental chronicle of teenage sexuality in '70s San Francisco.
Al Pacino plays a lovelorn locksmith in David Gordon Green's low-key drama which exquisitely depicts everyday happenstance.
Guy Ritchie's frisky take on this '60s spy serial is all mood and no meat. Great music selections though…
By David Ehrlich