Could this be Ken Loach's swansong? Our most grounded storyteller, voice of reason and all-round man of the people claims his ageing faculties prevent him from making any more films. Judging by this timely and moving story, we beg to differ. There’s plenty, it seems, left in the tank.
If you want to know European cinema - really know European cinema - you have to know Cristian Mungiu.
It has become increasingly rare for big, original ideas to be married with big, blockbuster budgets. The Creator is one of the few exceptions to the rule.
This is a comedy that believes life is not so much about chasing rainbows but snatching fistfuls in both hands.
Since the rollicking success of the Pirates Of The Caribbean franchise, Disney has searched for cinematic tales inspired by its own theme park rides that can deliver the same level of thrills as their real-life counterparts.
Angel Manuel Soto has made: small-scale, character-centric and personality-driven. In a genre with so many save-the-world stories, that’s exactly what makes it stand out from the pack.
Paris Memories is a touching tribute to those impacted by the 2015 attacks, and carries a universally important message: together we are stronger.
New genre twists, exciting fresh talent... it’s exactly what you would expect from a film championed by US distributor A24.
Scripted by Nolan, this hugely ambitious epic about the famed American theoretical physicist comes adapted from the bestselling account American Prometheus: The Triumph And Tragedy Of J. Robert Oppenheimer, written by Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin.
Ethan Hunt has been through a lot over the last 27 years, but we reckon he still has some surprises up his sleeve.
The French rabble rouser discusses the genius absurdity of Smoking Causes Coughing.
There’s so much to love about this exciting Pixar adventure.
It is in the gaps between these moments that Mother And Son works its most spectacular magic.
One of the most famous and beloved toys in the world, Barbie, is coming to the big screen – and she couldn’t be in safer hands.
Asteroid City is Wes Anderson's biggest, boldest film to date. After sojourns in Zubrowka, Japan and France, the filmmaker returns to the US, assembling one of the year’s most sparkling ensemble casts to deliver his own idiosyncratic take on science-fiction staples.
This sumptuous costume biopic reveals the incredible untold story of 18th-century French composer Joseph Bologne (Kelvin Harrison Jr.).
Cinema’s greatest archaeologist, played by a pitch-perfect Harrison Ford, returns in Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny, a new adventure packed with everything we love about Henry Jones Jr.
Hatching never limits itself to boilerplate horror, often toying with genre expectations. In cinemas from Friday 16 September.
Six years after we last saw Hollywood heavyweights Julia Roberts and George Clooney together on screen, they are finally reunited for this new adventure, which promises to be the hottest film of the year.
Before you see Decision To Leave (because we know you will) why not get to know director Park Chan-wook a little better...
Lesley Manville is having a moment. More than four decades after her first appearance on our screens, she is bringing her career to a whole new level.
Hawkins has brought deft layers of texture to likeable underdog roles, and once again it's her subtle shades of vulnerability that make her character a woman we naturally care about. The Lost King is in cinemas now.
The Night Of The 12th is a brooding reflection on empathy and connection that nudges itself in the mind like a persistent thought and imprints on the memory like a haunting dream. In cinemas now.
At a time when fantasy cinema and television is better than it’s ever been, the most famous table-top game of all time is finally hitting the big screen with all the fanfare it deserves. In cinemas now.
Egyptian/Swedish filmmaker Tarik Saleh returns with another searing political thriller that promises to keep the audience on the edge of their seats.
Academy Award winner Jim Broadbent stars as the eponymous protagonist Harold Fry, who finds out that his old friend Queenie is dying. In cinemas from 28 April.
Tracing the life-long friendship of two men, The Eight Mountains is a film as spectacular as the rocky Italian vistas of its backdrop. In cinemas from 12 May.
Read The Big Interview with Tarik Saleh. The Swedish-Egyptian filmmaker is one of the most provocative voices in world cinema. And he is bucking the system once more with the electric Cairo Conspiracy. Cairo Conspiracy is out now.
The Sundance Film Festival returns to the capital with its best line-up yet...