Featuring as part of the First Feature competition at LFF this year, director/co-writer Léa Mysius crafts a tale of young love set against the backdrop of personal tragedy with Ava
Wonder Woman is bold, powerful, hugely entertaining and about bloody time
An art curator suffers a great tragedy and suddenly her life is turned upside down. Is everything she knows a lie?
A young girl comes of age in a dysfunctional family of nonconformist nomads with a mother who's an eccentric artist and an alcoholic father
My Life As a Courgette is an undeniable triumph of tenderness and joy which will stay with you for weeks on end
Dressed up in its shiny sci-fi/horror suit, Colossal is actually a very dark drama with a sly sense of humour
Unusual monster move Colossal makes its way to Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download on September 11.
With its wonderful ensemble cast, Logan Lucky is an almost flawless caper movie
These are a must-have for any fan of Yakuza movies and fans of gangster epics in general. Their influence and style can not be understated
Julia Ducournau's unconventional horror film is certainly shocking – but underneath the meat and eroticism, there is a genuinely compelling take on the coming-of-age genre