McQueen having a scream

McQueen (15)

Mirroring the savage beauty, maverick originality and vivacity of his design, this documentary reveals Alexander (Lee) McQueen’s own personal and professional world, both tortured and inspired.

Toni Collette is not having a good time in Hereditary

Hereditary (15)

Ari Aster's masterful debut is deeply rooted in the horror classics of the '60s and '70s, building on them to offer a chilling vision of a familial breakdown.

Rupert Everett's The Happy Prince

The Happy Prince (15)

This passion project from writer-director-star Rupert Everett is a poignant depiction of the final years in the life of renowned writer Oscar Wilde.

Ocean's 8

Ocean's 8 (12A)

Five years, eight months, twelve days...and counting. That’s how long Debbie Ocean (Sandra Bullock)—just released from prison—has been concocting the greatest heist of her storied career.

Arcadia delves into our relationship with the great outdoors

Arcadia (12A)

Scouring 100 years of archive footage, BAFTA-winner Paul Wright constructs an exhilarating study of the British people’s shifting – and contradictory – relationship to the land.

The teenage years of Jean-Michel Basquiat in Boom For Real

Boom For Real (15)

Sara Driver’s exploration of the pre-fame years of the artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, offers a window into his life and the City of New York from 1978-81.

Our friend the longneck and his pals in The Land Before Time

Framed Film Club: The Land Before Time (U)

Gloriously animated, this touching tale of dinosaurs making it through tough times will delight new audiences and warm the hearts of nostalgic parents.

A still from Town Bloody Hall

Town Bloody Hall (12A*)

This hugely insightful document of early-70s gender politics records an explosive panel discussion on the topic of women’s liberation moderated by Norman Mailer in front of a boisterous crowd.

A still from Up Down Sideways

LIFF: Up Down & Sideways (Kho Ki Pa Lu) (U*)

Up Down & Sideways is a stunningly beautiful ethnographic portrait of a community of rice cultivators and their memories of love and loss created from working together on the fields.

A still from In The Shadows

LIFF: In the Shadows (Gali Guliyan) (15*)

Dipesh Jain’s feature film debut is a superbly dark and atmospheric psychological thriller that expertly explores the roots of paranoia.