Honor Swinton Byrne stars in a marvelously inventive, self-effacing film, directed by Joanna Hogg, that is also immensely affecting and moving.
A trifecta of goodies await discerning cinema enthusiasts.
Jenny Agutter and Bryan Marshall star in director David Greene's great adaptation of a noteworthy novel, now available on Blu-ray from Fun City Editions.
Filmmaker Mark Cousins ('The Story of Film: An Odyssey') meditates on what it means to see things in his latest documentary essay.
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Ethan Hawke stars in Abel Ferrara's puzzling punk spy thriller.
Rebecca Hall, Sarah Goldberg and Vondie Curtis-Hall star in a horror thriller, directed by David Bruckner.
Two series, new to the BritBox streaming service, consider very different futures.
Anna Maxwell-Martin, Lucy Punch, Paul Ready, Tanya Moodie and Joanna Lumley star in the British comedy series, now streaming exclusively on Sundance Now.
Ewen Bremner, Leo Flanagan and Richard Jobson star in a drug-fueled biopic, directed by Nick Moran, about the founder of the label behind Oasis.
Katherine Kelly, Jamie Bamber and Priyanga Burford star in a compelling murder-mystery series from the UK, now streaming on Sundance Now.
Anna Paquin, Lydia Wilson, Rebecca Wilson and Sophie Okonedo star in a darkly comic drama, created and written by Oliver Lansley, now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
Willem Dafoe, Dounia Sichov and Simon McBurney star in a European horror fantasy, directed by Abel Ferrara.
Rafe Spall, Esther Smith and Imelda Staunton star in a bright and funny British series, now streaming on Apple TV+.
The music-documentary series, now streaming on Apple TV+, is vital and energizing.
Charlotte Kirk, Sean Pertwee, and Steven Waddington star in a film directed by Neil Marshall, now streaming on Shudder.
Director Timur Bekmambetov's mystery-thriller stars Valene Kane, Shazad Latif and Christine Adams.
Kate Dickie, Ned Dennehy, Geza Rohrig, Burn Gorman and Tanya Reynolds star in director Chino Moya's fantasy thriller.
Amir El-Masry, Vikash Bhai and Kwabena Ansah star; Ben Sharrock wrote and directed.
Ben Wheatley wrote and directed; Joel Fry, Reece Shearsmith and Hayley Squires star in a horror-thriller that opens in theaters on April 16.
In recent days, we've reported on how the heavy hand of the mainland Chinese government has affected the Hong Kong film industry, notably with the incendiary short doc Do Not Split and the dramatic feature Better Days. Good films from...