As the strangest of cinematic years draws to a close, our writers pick their favourite films, from unconventional biopics to essential docs
From unmissable dramas to newly restored classics, including a gambling granny comedy and a French New Wave masterpiece
From unmissable dramas to fascinating docs, including the final film from Swedish director Roy Andersson and an Egyptian romance
From the latest cinema releases to unmissable streaming gems, including a Shirley Jackson biopic and the latest from Cartoon Saloon
We've gathered up our most glowing reviews from this year's festival, from groundbreaking animation to dizzying debuts
Josephine Decker turns her talents to the biopic for this thrillingly psychosexual portrait of horror writer Shirley Jackson
The cinemas might have temporarily shut their doors, but you can still stream these very recent and very good films at home
What movies to catch in the capital, from a magical Pixar adventure to an essential documentary about a true literary icon...
What movies to catch in the capital, from Céline Sciamma’s romantic masterpiece to a timely take on a HG Wells classic...
Elisabeth Moss brings a steely determination to director Leigh Whannell's smart and timely reinvention of the HG Wells classic