She has been a long time coming, but Fanny Lye certainly does deliver
The causes and effects of the most recent UK crime blight are laid bare in Henry Blake’s debut
’A sharp-eyed history lesson that unfolds with the pace and fascination of thriller’
Tom Cullen steps up to write and direct a love story told in annual chapters
A wife discovers her husband is gay in this exploration of queer Nigeria
Claire Oakley’s arresting debut premieres in the LFF’s Sutherland competition.
Rubika Shah’s docmentary tells how, in the 1970s, Rock Against Racism confronted British fascists head-on
A Syrian man finds himself drawn into conflict while searching for his missing brother
Beanie Feldstein stars in the big-screen adaptation of Caitlin Moran’s book.
In which Maggie Smith crisply doles out extravagantly spiteful one-liners while wearing a hat the size of the Home Counties
Kelly Macdonald puts in a magnetic performance as an unhappy woman searching for a spark
A live-in nurse believes she is on a divine mission from God in this powerfully individual debut from Rose Glass
Michael Winterbottom takes aim and fires at Britain’s ‘king of the high street’