On Monday 27 March, the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse will play host to the first in a series of sneak previews of the London Korean Film Festival.
CLOUDY SUNDAY is based on a book inspired by real events during the German occupation in Thessaloniki in 1942. We sat down with the director.
A tightly-plotted and well-executed thriller set in the snowy wastes and desolate pine forests of British Columbia.
NAKOM follows a Ghanaian medical student who is forced from his studies when he hears that his father has died.
REVOLUTIONS takes as its starting point the explosion in creativity in the arts at the outset of the Russian Revolution.
Day Moibi talks with filmmaker Eimi Imanishi about her directorial debut, BATTALION TO MY BEAT, which won the award for Best Short Film at the Cambridge African Film Festival 2016.
A biographical film which, like its subject, is conventional on the surface but fiercely individual underneath.
We spoke to Erica Vader and Borja Torres of Cryogenic Films about their short meatmare OUT OF DATE.
Day Moibi interviews Alex Kruz about his latest film, Parivara.
A rich, absorbing and often very funny work, full of surprises, which rarely drags during its more than two and a half hour length.
Mark Liversidge had fun with this satisfyingly splattery tale of zombies taking over a mountain retreat.
With the jovial buoyancy of Chaplin and the class of Gatsby, TWO TIMID SOULS is a charming, genuinely funny easy watch.
On the list of life changing moments, delivering a ceramic penis statue across London during a snowstorm wouldn’t normally feature that highly…
Wonderland is a collaboration project from ten Swiss directors who each take control of their own mini-story.
The shadow of Brian De Palma looms over Park Chan-Wook’s impressive psychological thriller, writes Jim Moore.