In a refugee camp in Jordan, football offers hope to two young boys
Kosovo-set winner of Sundance’s World Dramatic section looks set to be a firm audience favourite as well
Rigorously-researched drama about a Swedish girl who wants to make it big in LA’s porn business
Feisty feminists, militant weirdness as director Karen Cinorre makes her debut with Grace von Patten and Mia Goth
Will Sion Sono and Nicolas Cage prove to be the pulpy dream team that genre fans have been anticipating?
Things don’t go entirely to plan when Mike buys a beaten-up car to impress girl-next-door Kelsey
An ageing jockey is forced to acknowledge some truths in Clint Bentley’s modest debut
Did the author of a renowned Holocaust memoire really cry wolf?
In Georgia, giant trees are being uprooted and amassed by a billionaire
A suicide pact between two depressed men is the basis of Jerrod Carmichael’s off-kilter comedy
Sean Ellis bays at the moon in this deliciously slippery werewolf drama
Dalit women defy discrimination by setting up a journalistic organisation - and making it a success story