TIR makes the most of the mundane, according to Andrew Nickolds.
The start of a highly promising odd-couple detective partnership, according to Stephen Watson.
NIGHT MOVES grips the audience with ever-increasing tension, according to Jim Ross.
Bucket List of the Festival. If you don’t do it you’ll be forcibly removed from the Picturehouse!
If you’ve ever done something bad to a Sylvanian Families doll, you will relish the cruel comedy of Frauke Finsterwalder’s FINSTERWORLD, writes Faust Lerner.
PETER SELLERS: THE EARLY SHORTS have problems but are oddly prescient according to Ben Dalton.
Arjun Sajip gives us a insightful tribute to one of America’s great documentary film makers, LIONEL ROGOSIN.
LOVE STEAKS is an off-kilter romantic comedy with a difference, writes Jim Moore.
Not even Colin Firth can breathe life into MAGIC IN THE MOONLIGHT, writes Sarah Dillon.
34th Cambridge Film Festival got off to a strong start with an engaging and delightfully quirky offering from French director Guillaume Nicloux. Mike Levy reviews.