Evolution is not so much an out-of-body experience as an inner body one…
A series of underground fight-to-the death duels begin to develop into a twisted kind of pyramid scheme in TRADERS.
If you’re looking for an intelligent and intriguing film in the style of Christopher Nolan or Jonathan Glazer, REMAINDER fares very well indeed.
VIRGIN MOUNTAIN could probably take place anywhere and lose none of the poignancy or humour in the universality of its observations on human nature.
Alex van Warmerdam is back with a new film, and the Dutch director has a very original and entertaining spin on the hitman movie genre in SCHNEIDER VS BAX.
What THE BUNKER lacks in substance it certainly makes up for in style and the inventiveness of its colourfully surreal situations.
Huppert is the one vital element that holds all the other meticulously crafted pieces of LOUDER THAN BOMBS together, structurally and emotionally.
PARISIENNE’s greatest asset is a strong sympathetic central performance from Manal Issa as an 18 year old Lebanese woman in a foreign land.
Even if you think you know what is coming next, you can’t look away from LAND OF MINE for even a second, writes Noel Megahey.
The big theme for this year’s WOW Film Festival was ‘F-rated’: films centred around women, either made by female directors, or films about women.
Garry Pope reviews three brilliant short films in the “Relationships” series, from three confident filmmakers at Watersprite this year.
Copulating dogs, explicit sex talk and full-frontal puppet nudity: Stephen Watson reviews the “Emotions” strand of shorts at Watersprite 2016.
The “Quests” collection at Watersprite is made up of four different short films, all about characters on journeys, writes Garry Pope.
Garry Pope reviews “Self-Questioning”, a set of short films from three frighteningly talented directors, at the 2016 Watersprite Festival.
We spoke to Ed “Hinterland” Talfan about his supernatural melodrama THE PASSING, which premieres on 10 March at Wales One World Film Festival.