Emily Beecham gives a superb, nuanced performance in Peter Mackie Burns’ low-key, London-set character study.
Freya Mavor and Josh Whitehouse relive their relationship through their CD collection in Daniel Jerome Gill’s winning romcom.
Jon Bernthal and Christopher Abbott come head-to-head in small town Alaska in director Jamie M. Dagg’s gripping neo-noir thriller.
Chris Baugh marks himself out as Northern Ireland’s answer to Jeremy Saulnier with this Blue Ruin-esque revenge thriller.
Yorkshire-born director Francis Lee’s moving, romantic debut opens the 2017 Edinburgh International Film Festival.
F. Gary Gray takes on the eighth entry in the Fast and Furious series and delivers everything you might expect, but is the series beginning to run out of gas?
Brit-director Ben Wheatley stages a feature-length gun fight in this witty and irreverent romp that finds strength in its simplicity.
Acclaimed comedian Jordan Peele makes his directorial debut with this potent mix of expertly crafted horror and biting social satire.
Jordan Vogt-Roberts takes on the iconic ape in a visually impressive but muddled B-movie that squanders it’s giant leading man and human cast alike.
Hugh Jackman returns as his signature character for the ninth and final time in James Mangold’s dialed-down superhero Western.
Barry Jenkins defies expectations at every turn in this achingly beautiful story of a young, gay black man coming of age in the housing projects of Miami.