New Releases

The Humans
Director Stephen Karam’s punchy adaptation of his stage play pulses with compassion and regret.

On the Count of Three
Two mutually suicidal best friends take their final day for a spin in an off-centre meditation on what really matters.

You Won’t Be Alone
The dark art of film-maker Goran Stolevski’s trance-like debut lies in its evocation of longing.

Moonage Daydream
David Bowie, the multi-hypenate artist who lived to create and re-create, lives large once more in Brett Morgen’s docu-dive into the psyche of a seeker.

The Quiet Girl (‘An Cailín Ciúin’)
A little girl discovers familial love in a downscaled story that packs a telling punch.

Both Sides of the Blade (‘Avec Amour et Acharnement’) (‘Fire’)
Juliette Binoche and Vincent Lindon tear each other apart in a blistering close-up of a romance gone rotten.

Hit the Road (‘Jaddeh Khaki’)
Love and loss are the bedrock of an heroic cross-country ride from Iranian film-maker Panah Panahi.

Crimes of the Future
The morbidly unhinged is director David Cronenberg’s happy place.

Nope
The toy box is bigger but the cautionary themes run true to form in writer-director Jordan Peele’s alien misadventure.

Good Luck to You, Leo Grande
Emma Thompson is a one-woman whirlwind as a retired schoolteacher with desires above and beyond the classroom.

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