Romances, comedies and thrillers compete on the French coast (Picture: Anne Joyce/Focus Features/Nikos Nikolopoulos/Allyson Riggs)
It’s that time of year again. The start of summer means it’s time for Hollywood to pack up its trunks and biggest movies and head to the French coastline.
That’s why we’ve rounded up our choices for highlights, from a new Cronenberg sci-fi to a set of dark comedies and coming-of-age dramas.
Check out our full range of picks below.
Can the impressive hit rate of director Kelly Reichardt continue (Picture: Allyson Riggs)
Michelle Williams stars as a sculptor opening a new show in this comedy-drama from director Kelly Reichardt, whose previous eight films were superb. Can her hit rate continue?
Stars at Noon
Travel to Nicaragua for a romantic thriller
A romantic thriller directed by Claire Denis. Set in 1980s Nicaragua, it’s based on Denis Johnson’s novel and stars Margaret Qualley, Joe Alwyn (who is currently starring in the BBC adaptation of Sally Rooney’s Conversations With Friends), Benny Safdie and John C Reilly.
Crimes Of The Future
Kristen Stewart and Lea Seydoux are a pair to die for (Picture: Nikos Nikolopoulos)
Viggo Mortensen, Léa Seydoux, Kristen Stewart and Scott Speedman star in this near-future sci-fi from the renowned Canadian director David Cronenberg.
The gory trailer dropped a while back, and it’s certainly not for the faint-hearted.
Triangle Of Sadness
Dark cruise ship comedy
Harris Dickinson and Charlbi Dean play fashion models who end up on a cruise for the super-rich. Expect dark comedy, and Woody Harrelson, from The Square director Ruben Östlund.
The end of the world as we know it (Picture: Anne Joyce / Focus Features)
A coming-of-age story about growing up in Queens, New York, in the 1980s, starring Anne Hathaway, Sir Anthony Hopkins and Jeremy Strong. Directed by James Gray.
We’ve been excited for this one since Anne and Sir Anthony were spotted embracing on set last year.