From classics to cult favourites, our team highlight some of the best one-off screenings and re-releases showing this week in the capital
This sombre and surprisingly stylish debut from British filmmaker Adura Onashile skilfully explores notions of family and seperation
Harris Dickinson gives another sensational turn in writer-director Charlotte Regan’s stylish debut, a playful father-daughter story
Stephen Graham plays a head chef whose entire life is about to explode across 92 sweat-inducing minutes
Packing three films into one, this end of the world dramedy is simultaneously more and less than the sum of its many parts
As the sixth edition of the diverse festival returns to the capital, we rundown our picks for the most essential features...
Chloé Mazlo’s debut feature is a visually unique but sometimes too outlandish melodrama set during the Lebanese Civil War
To mark the UK release of Criterion's beautiful new boxset, Iana Murray looks back on the Hong Kong filmmaker's dreamy canon...
Florian Zeller's ingenious screen translation of his own stage play offers a terrifying insight into the realities of living with dementia
From Auteur Theory to Zodiac, we continue our celebration of the Mank filmmaker with an in-depth look at the man and his movies