Watch here and in cinemas from June 30.
The Oscar-winning director of Citizenfour, returns with a complex and volatile character study of the infamous founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange.
Directed by: Laura Poitras
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Watch here and in cinemas from 30 June.
Ove is the neighbourhood grumpy old man who spends his days enforcing housing association rules no one else cares about.
But his solitary existence is disrupted by the arrival of a new family in the house opposite.
This Oscar-nominated comedy is a heartwarming reminder that life is better when shared.
Directed by: Hannes Holm
Watch here and in cinemas from 7 July.
Claire is a tightly wound midwife who forms an unlikely friendship with Béatrice, her late father's free-spirited mistress. Though polar opposites, the two women come to rely on each after they begin to reveal old secrets.
Directed by: Martin Provost
"Catherine Deneuve gives her best role in years" Indiewire
Available here and in cinemas from 14 July.
Narrated by Lynch himself, this documentary infuses his art, music and films in striking fashion, shining a light into his unique world, and offering audiences a greater understanding of the artist, as well as the man.
Directed by: Jon Nguyen, Rick Barnes, Olivia Neergaard-Holm