Honey Boy by Shia LaBeouf is a searingly personal, self-immolating childhood memoir.
La Belle Époque by Nicolas Bedos has sublime performances from its central characters that combine with a clever, witty, seamless screenplay to create an unashamedly super-enjoyable film.
I Lost My Body by Jérémy Clapin is a dreamlike, beautiful, unbearably sad and tender animation.
The Report by Scott Z Burns is a gripping dramatisation of lawyer Daniel Jones’ investigations into the government-sanctioned CIA torture during interrogation of terrorist suspects: the suppression of reports into government behaviour is now an incredibly timely subject.
Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound by Midge Costin is one of those fascinating documentaries that take you behind the scenes to explain how things happen that are so crucial but you had never previously noticed.
The Beach Bum is a Harmony Korine film for and about stoners, with all that entails.
Beanpole by Kantemir Balagov is the bleak, devastating aftermath of a Leningrad destroyed by war.
Under the Silver Lake is David Robert Mitchell’s dreamlike, rationality-transcending contemporary noir, starring Andrew Garfield.