Kurosawa’s RAN forces us into a cool intellectual appraisal of bloody vengeance, betrayal, and moral collapse, writes Keith Braithwaite.
Strong performances and a confident tone mark out this highly enjoyable slice of Southern Gothic, writes Gavin Midgley.
On Bank Holiday Sunday, porn classic BEHIND THE GREEN DOOR forms the backdrop to the first of a series of decadent cabaret/fine dining events brought to you by Green Door productions.
Pedro Almodovar’s latest is like a glass of cheap Cava, writes Gavin Midgley: fizzy and fun while it lasts, but mostly forgettable and nothing to write home about.
These eco-activists bagged £100,000 in one year, to save South American rainforests. But does Michał Marczak’s doc show them as a bunch of hypocritical trustafarians?
This month’s theme is lesbian Belgian directors. Chantal Akerman hates labels but fits the bill. We look back at her drowsy meditation on Proustian obsession, LA CAPTIVE.
Treading a fine line between creepy and charming, IN THE HOUSE ingratiates itself with the audience before pulling off a nimble series of twists and reversals.
Seven films from the festival travelled to Belfast for the first time this year, for a week of showings at the Queen’s Film Theatre. Noel Megahey reviews.