Disney’s underdog Ugandan chess story digs a little deeper into the difficulties of overcoming disadvantage.
Personal Shopper offers a challenging reflection upon identity and spirituality, enriched by Kristen Stewart’s extratextual resonance with its themes. Also, there are ghosts.
The Dark Wind tells the story of the Islamic State’s impact on the Yazidi community, a Kurdish group targeted for genocide in 2014.
The movie about a man who achieved success by stealing other people’s ideas borrows liberally from other films itself.
Trust South Korea to turn a film about elderly sex workers into a black comedy.
Ang Lee, known for his recent use of emotive VFX (Life of Pi), has again delivered an aesthetically engaging and emotionally driven film with Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk.
Part underdog sports story, part post-war resistance narrative, The Fencer finds resistance in the smallest thrusts and parries.