Subversive at the time of its original release, DRESSING FOR PLEASURE retains an element of being “out there” even now, writes Alison Hicks.
Mark Liversidge finds plenty to recommend in Shan Khan’s directorial debut, which tackles the sensitive issue of honour killings.
Jim Moore is moved by the chilly and forbidding COLD of Uğur Yücel’s sordid and noirish tale.
Hannah Clarkson reviews Stephen Brown’s intense adaptation of John Banville novel THE SEA.
Although Peschel might have placed a higher value on subtext, the film won healthy applause at Cambridge Film Festival, writes Joe DeVine.
FREE FALL (Freier Fall) boldly channels BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN in an industry that hasn’t fully buried the hatchet, writes Joe DeVine.
Lucy Mulloy’s pulsating debut feature offers urgent drama as well as winning nuggets of light relief, writes Richard Hensby.
Raising many issues without ever forcing opinions, Young Critic, Josh Flowers looks at DIRTY WARS
Young Critic, Abbie Loosemore reviews Stefan Georgiou’s quirky, British romantic comedy.
Hannah Clarkson sees the best and worst of human nature in THE HOUSE WITH A TURRET.