Religious and family ties intertwine thornily in Brotherhood, Czech-based Italian director Francesco Montagner’s intimate and empathetic study of three Muslim siblings working […]

Last Days at Sea

There’s a tranquil serenity to this feature debut from Venice Atienza, which picks up its rhythms from the day-to-day life of Reyboy, […]


Maia Kenworthy and Elena Sanchez Bellot’s smartly constructed film tracks the origin, intentions and successes of Extinction Rebellion as well as detailing […]

Closing Words

A consultation room, in a Belgian public hospital. A doctor receives patients there. These men and women have come to talk about […]


At first glance, the subject of Andrea Arnold’s documentary debut seems deceptively simple, like its title: Cow follows the everyday life of […]