A rich woman is forced into turmoil as violent uprisings and coups surround her. It’s a stark reminder of the realities in Latin America, says Fran Yepes
Physically-distanced theatre is now permitted in Scotland. Critic Mark Brown offers highlights from this year’s Edinburgh International Festival and Fringe
Slovakia’s Oscar submission for best international film tells the true story of two Auschwitz prisoners who escaped hell.
A Spanish Civil War veteran is haunted by the horrors of the past—and the dying dictator Franco—in Last Days in Cleaver Square
Limbo, directed by Ben Sharrock, is a sensitive and unsensationalised portrayal of the experiences of refugees and asylum seekers
This strange, folk-tale like fantasy prison thriller might be unlike any film you’ve seen before
A documentary by director Steve McQueen remembers the black-led revolts of 1981—beginning with rage at the New Cross fire
A new exhibition looking back at the work of artist Paula Rego contains powerful critiques of life under fascism and capitalism
Two of Us tells the story of two female lovers in their 60s who have waited two decades to spend their lives together
The social commentary is a bit on the nose. It’s also largely on the money
This is Netflix’s attempt to do what Adult Swim has been doing well for years
WITCH: We Intend to Cause Havoc tracks down the pioneers of a unique brand of Zambian rock. It tells their story—and the history of Zambia too
In How to Kidnap the Rich, a spoilt rich kid and his poor, smart manager are stitched up and forced on the run
What if witch trials happened in the 21st century, where magic was real?
How to say goodbye to your loved one after you’ve discovered your mind is to be ravaged by early onset dementia?
Aliaksei Paluyan’s documentary shot in Minsk during the anti government protests captures the horror of living a life under tyranny, writes Julia Ryder
In a crowded field, the lightness of this new Netflix series helps it to stand out. But themes of scapegoating mean it keeps its dark edge
Where did the world go? asks poet Simon Armitage in a ponderous voice
David Thorpe’s documentary Do I Sound Gay? follows his journey through speech therapy as he attempts to adjust his voice
This BBC documentary follows mayor Marvin Rees as he faces up to the Black Lives Matter movement. It’s interesting—and infuriating