This documentary about the troubled redesign of Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum is as much about local politics and bureaucracy as it is about the museum’s masterpieces.
Live accompanist Neil Brand helped the action flow for STEAMBOAT BILL JUNIOR, screened at the Cambridge Film Festival.
AS WE WERE DREAMING maybe be generic, but it has enough fun and firepower to entertain most, writes Jim Moore.
WASTE LAND is the final part of Pieter Van Hees’s trilogy ANATOMY OF LOVE AND PAIN.
What does cinema know that we don’t?
Tom Hardy is on mesmerising form as both Kray twins in this violent but stylish and often funny film, writes Garry Pope.
This French box office hit is both funny and emotional, but does it do its deaf characters a disservice?
There’s the feeling that this is a film about death made for the living, and that it’s a bit of a necessary failure…
Alison Rose’s documentary follows four astronomers embarking on a fiftieth anniversary re-enactment of an American road trip from their twenties and reflecting on the impact of their discoveries.
What makes this doc different from many glazed war movies is that the brutal story is not told from the American point of view, but by those directly affected by it.