Freya Mavor and Josh Whitehouse relive their relationship through their CD collection in Daniel Jerome Gill’s winning romcom.
Maren Ade’s oddball German comedy beguiling, funny and insightful in its depiction of an unusual father-daughter relationship.
Danny Boyle’s belated sequel replaces the drug-addled youthful exuberance of Trainspotting with sober, middle-aged ennui.
Kelly Fremon Craig’s high school dramedy perfectly captures the life-or-death stakes of teenage life.
Jim Jarmusch’s minor masterpiece embraces the small wonders of ordinary life and the pleasure that can be found in the creative process.
Film making duo Daniels make a striking debut with this surreal tale of a suicidal man and the dead body that keeps him alive.
Woody Allen’s latest whisks us through the world of the ’30s glitterati in this light and breezy comedy drama.
Jonah Hill gives one of his best performances in Todd Phillips’ uneven look at the toxic side of the American dream.
The Lonely Island take on pop docs in this hilarious mockumentary.
Ricky Gervais takes his most famous character to the big screen for the first time.