Melissa McCarthy delivers a fearless performance in this compelling drama based on the confessional memoir of Lee Israel, whose languishing career as a writer takes a turn when she begins forging letters from deceased celebrities.
An unforgettably moving portrayal of the bond developed between a 15-year old boy with no knowledge of horses and an aging race horse. Directed by Andrew Haigh, who is already beloved for his striking talent for imbuing cinema with a humanistic depth.
The English language debut of distinctive Belgian director Felix Van Groeningen (BROKEN CIRCLE BREAKDOWN), based on the best-selling pair of memoirs from father and son David and Nic Sheff. An unflinching and powerful story of a son's drug addiction and the cycles of relapse and recovery faced across many…
Set in the deceptively boring world of competitive jigsaw puzzling, with Kelly McDonald in a long-overdue leading role as a middle-class suburban mother whose monotonous existence is upended by the sudden discovery that she has a natural talent for solving puzzles.
Likely to be Redford's final role, playing the career criminal and prison escape artist Forrest Tucker, who escaped from San Quentin at the age of 70, evading the law so audaciously that he captivated the rookie cop on his trail (Casey Affleck).
Another impressionistic masterpiece from director Lynne Ramsay (WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN), with a brilliantly volatile performance from Joaquin Phoenix as a deeply traumatised hired gun who attempts to rescue the 13-year old daughter of a New York senator from the hands of a child trafficking ring.