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Courtesy of Elevation Pictures

Bo Burnham’s feature debut as a director is a gentle, clear-eyed drama that contains an entire world more

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Gus Van Sant’s biopic about cartoonist John Callahan – who experienced a life-changing spinal injury at 21 – is conventional but never predictable more

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Documentary on cinema icon Stanley Kubrick's personal assistant Leon Vitali is fascinating and disconcerting more

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Debra Granik’s lovely first feature since Winter’s Bone is another examination of families in extreme environments more

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After the galaxy-spanning action of Marvel’s Infinity War, this is a self-contained caper picture full of breezy, chaotic silliness more

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Geoff Redknap’s first feature is a gripping drama with horror elements about a man who is literally vanishing more

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Rebecca Addelman’s film about a young Los Angeles couple’s first year of marriage is filled with truthful moments and fine performances more

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J.A. Bayona's film is a smart, thoughtful thriller that spins the franchise's essential elements into a new story that echoes the original trilogy without restaging it more

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Brett Haley’s low-key film about a Brooklyn father-and-daughter musical duo bops along on the strength of its performances and emotions more

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Bart Layton’s film about a real-life attempted rare-book robbery mixes dramatization and documentary with thrilling results more

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APTN show about an Indigenous entrepreneur and drag queen in macho Fort McMurray deftly touches on difficult themes more

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Documentary about the master chef serves up international food porn and intriguing ideas about sustainability more

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Antoine Bourges’s Toronto-set feature debut is formally rigorous but surprisingly moving more

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Ari Aster’s film about a family coming apart is terrifying even without the supernatural elements, but it settles into a conventional groove near the end more

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You’ll want to see this gritty, funny thriller before your friends see it and spoil all the best parts more

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Morgan Neville’s film shows how the TV icon fearlessly dealt with profound issues on his show for preschoolers more

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HBO's corporate dramedy is not about the one per cent, but the titans who set the table for the one per cent to come and feed more

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Sophie Fiennes's vérité-style doc on the trailblazing musician and model has the stuff to become a cult classic more

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Cory Bowles’s daring mix of satire and psychodrama follows a beat cop who treats white civilians the way white cops treat Black people more

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As a documentary subject, André Leon Talley is as gregarious as he is aloof more

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