In category: Sundance
The social media generation is painted as probably the most narcissistic, self-centred and lonely one yet in comedian Bo Turnham's achingly honest debut, Eighth Grade.
Hereditary is the most well-crafted, disturbing horror film to hit the screens in years, with a mesmerising performance from Toni Collette as a mother on the brink.
Lauren Greenfield's reflection on the excesses of wealth is one of the most vulgar, sickening and deeply thought-provoking films you'll see all year.
Augustine Frizzell's self-inspired story of youthful idiocy sounds a celebratory klaxon for dumb youth and its hopes and dreams.
Turns out Idris Elba's got some talent for directing in his debut film set on the 1993 novel Yardie, which brings a young Jamaican man to London with a brick of cocaine strapp...