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Coulibaly has brilliantly woven together a fast-paced, tense thriller with a heart…

A Taste Of Ink

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A TASTE OF INK is a tense, emotionally honest family drama, writes Ben Johnston.

My Friend Dahmer


John Cheshire reviews MY FRIEND DAHMER, which is performing well at Tribeca, Cannes and Deauville Film Festivals and fast approaching its cinema release,



A face in the flames, a red veined glass ingot and a rotting house on the brink of collapse. Aronofsky’s MOTHER! begins as it ends, writes John Cheshire.

The Big Sick


The Big Sick lures audiences in with gooey, romantic squishiness – before delving into more serious (but still hilarious) territory, writes April McIntyre.

My Cousin Rachel


The new MY COUSIN RACHEL adaptation is a competent melodrama, but one that never sinks its hooks in deep enough, writes Roshan Matharu.

El Hombre Que Cuida (The Caretaker)


A dark story in a beautiful setting, Mike Boyd finds EL HOMBRE QUE CUIDA unsettling but highly engaging, at the Durban International Film Festival.

Kati Kati


An extraordinary work of film art, using classic techniques to tell a beautiful and thought-provoking story, says Mike Boyd at the Durban International Film Festival.



An inspirational tale of a group of children brought together by a fictional character, showing the power of storytelling, says Mike Boyd at the Durban International Film Festival.

Inxeba (The Wound)


A brave and fascinating film that tackles a culturally sensitive subject, concludes Mike Boyd at the Durban International Film Festival.

Papeli (Butterfly)

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This beautiful, slow-moving meditation on rural family life in Iran is stunningly photographed, says Mike Boyd at the Durban International Film Festival.

The African Who Wanted to Fly


An extraordinary tale of a Gabonese martial arts champion, told with warmth and humour, says Mike Boyd from the Durban International Film Festival.

It Comes At Night


Trey Edwards Shults offers an unnerving study into the inner workings of human emotion, American paranoia, and family.

Song To Song


Although beautiful, Terrence Malick’s ethereal and dreamlike approach to storytelling may finally be wearing a little thin, gripes Jim Ross at the Edinburgh Film Festival.

A Quiet Heart


A QUIET HEART weaves an engaging personal tale into a landscape of religious tension, writes Jim Ross from Edinburgh Film Festival.