Blunt but effective symbolism abounds in poetic cult drama
Charming, direct drama sees a Saudi woman take on local politics
Another anarchic horror jape from the man behind Rubber
A visually stunning portrait of grief
A slow-burning supernatural sci-fi film from director Mattie Do
A disappointing biopic of a pioneering scientist
Icelandic tale of love and narcotics
Gentle heart-gladdener finds friendship in unlikely places
Eerie coming-of-age drama that manipulates horror tropes
A bland, rambling tale of life in a cult
A combination of documentary and drama highlights the Krabi region of Thailand
A beautiful and vibrant animation from India
A disturbing two-hander between a refugee and an old Austrian man
Map magazine present a selection of experimental short films and performances
Strong central performances can’t mask messy plot in twee black comedy
Character study of an aging Lothario whose ego outstrips all else
Contemporary Australian take on Shakespearean tale of morality and justice
Quirky reflection on the lovelorn nature of humanity
Poetic and sombre journey through the fractured memories of two lost souls
A comedy horror where the laughs far outweigh the scares
Sally Hawkins captivates in intense character study
Moving and powerful exploration of hope in the face of discrimination
Visceral portrayal of homophobia in 1980s South Africa
Satoshi Kon’s emotional and vibrant anime classic is remastered in 4K
No singing on the barricades in this gritty urban thriller
French family drama proves well within Japanese master Kore-eda’s capabilities
Another journey to Roy Andersson’s weirdly banal world
Lengthy but profound spiritual meditation on grief and healing
A great Daniel Stern performance anchors quirky time travel rom-com
Novelist Barry Gifford’s Chicago is brought to life through animation and spoken word
Harrowing look at the real costs of war
Interminable documentary is both exhaustive and exhausting
Small town girls are loose in the capital in this sharp but rambling Scottish comedy
True story thriller is simplistic yet entertaining
Eating disorders, mental health and family life expertly and thoughtfully portrayed
Slow-paced drama lays bare the scars of Colombia’s recent history
Unflinching collision of beauty and horror in stylised drama
Middle-America satire grossly over-spices the sausage
Intense and original adaptation of Man Booker-winning novel
Cynical sci-fi satire on parenthood and suburbia
Offbeat comedy set inside a nudist camp explores the effects of grief and loss
Inspiring biopic reveals kind soul behind creative genius
Glorious pop-culture gumbo takes absurdity to lunatic new levels
Surreal take on the repetitive and inescapable nature of domestic abuse
Intimate portrait of an astronaut juggling space and family isn’t quite out of this world
Unfocused art piece exploring gun violence, fame and pop culture.
Exciting horror that cleverly subverts genre expectations
Great cast can’t save the poor script
Mystery that sets out to thrill yet feels sedate
A convoluted melodrama
Nordic single-take tragedy
A programme of 4 films showing the beauty of light and dark.
A dark and claustrophobic movie vying for cult status.
Bizarre homage to 1950s noir that doesn’t fulfil its ambitions
Irish musician Adrian Crowley is the subject of an experimental and peculiar documentary.
Solid thriller is let down by perspective on the Flannan Isles mystery
A stylish and self-indulgent depiction of punk-rock tragedy
A gory procedural horror set in rural Argentina.
Celebration of Margaret Tait centenary alongside fellow filmmaker Joanna Margaret Paul.
A bold but frustrating documentary about Wild Salmon fishing
The creative team behind James Vs. His Future Self talk about navigating the pitfalls of the time travel movie.
Our writers pick their highlights from the upcoming film fest.
Our writers give their picks of the programme for GFF 2018.
Greg Day, Paul McEvoy, Alan Jones and Ian Rattray speak to us about what FrightFest is really like at the GFF.