Andrea Arnold’s trash odyssey eschews cultural tourism for one of her signature portraits of defiant youth.
The horror undertones and feminist revisionism of Civil War thriller THE KEEPING ROOM aren’t enough to salvage it from over-familiarity.
TAJ MAHAL is a film that grasps at what it could be, without managing to get any further than that.
Joachim Lafosse’s understated THE WHITE KNIGHTS forces us to reconsider the maddening moral puzzle of orphan smuggling in Africa.
BY SIDNEY LUMET is an evocative, revealing and intimate study of its titular figure.
Cary Joji Fukunaga’s BEASTS OF NO NATION is a bracing adaptation that manages to skilfully avoid exoticising its story and characters.