Meryl Streep leads this drama from screenwriter Diablo Cody (Young Adult, Juno) about an ageing rock star looking to connect with her estranged kids. Directed by Jonathan Demme (Philadelphia).
Documentary portrait on the father of the BASE jumping movement, Carl Boenish, a man who went from passionate skydiver to passionate guy-who-jumps-off-large-building-and-cliffs-but-somehow-lands-safely.
When lonely taxi driver Rex (Michael Caton, The Castle) is informed he doesn’t have long to live, he embarks on a colossal drive through the outback, from Broken Hill to Darwin in this Australian true-story drama. Co-stars Academy Award-nominee Jacki Weaver (Animal Kingdom).
Australian romantic drama following John, the football jock, and Tim, the actor with aspirations. Their high-school romance carries across 15 years – through discrimination, temptation and jealousy.
Zac Efron leads this feature as an aspiring DJ hitting up the Hollywood electronic music scene.
Documentary that tracks the birth of New Zealand’s first ‘living building’, Te Wharehou o Tūhoe, and details how the building connects the Māori iwi, Ngāi Tūhoe, to the land.
Imogen Poots, Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson lead this screwball comedy of errors that trigger when a married man (Wilson) helps out a prostitute (Poots) looking to make it big on Broadway. From filmmaking legend Peter Bogdanovich (The Last Picture Show), his first film in more than a decade.
Emmy-nominated actor Rupert Friend (Homeland) is popular videogame hitman Agent 47 in this movie adaptation (not connected with the previous 2007 version).
Jake Gyllenhaal (Nightcrawler) stars in this drama as a professional boxer on the road to championship glory, only to have his life fall to pieces when a moment of aggressive backlash results in him losing his family. Directed by Antoine Fuqua (Training Day).
Ed Helms (The Hangover) and Christina Applegate (Anchorman) are the next generation of Griswolds, following on from National Lampoon's Vacation, desperate to enjoy a family holiday with their two boys.
Comedian of the moment Amy Schumer (writer and star) is a monogamy-free magazine writer who does alcohol and one-night-stands on a regular basis in Judd Apatow's comedy.
A classic 1960s TV spy series gets the blockbuster treatment, written and directed by Guy Ritchie (Sherlock Holmes). Henry Cavill (Man of Steel) and Armie Hammer (The Lone Ranger) are slick Cold War agents from opposing sides forced to team up.
Documentary biography on Oscar-winning Australian costume designer Orry-Kelly, a man who had a massive influence on Hollywood style with a colossal career of 282 films from the 1930s to '60s.
A decade after the first Fantastic Four feature, Marvel’s Fantastic Four gets a cinematic reboot from writer-director Josh Trank, his follow-up to 2012's Chronicle.
Amy Winehouse documentary from the director of 2010's brilliant Senna.
The Tom Cruise action-spy franchise continues, this time with Christopher McQuarrie (Jack Reacher) in the director's chair. Ethan and the crew must stop The Syndicate – an international rogue organisation of equal skill and measure dedicated to wiping out the IMF.