IN ORDER OF DISAPPEARANCE is a strong thriller with a streak of dark comedy, according Liam Woodcock.
The factory of JOY OF MAN’S DESIRING is other worldly, its insights almost post-human, according to Ben Dalton.
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MONICA Z is good, but maybe an opportunity missed, according to Stephen Watson.
The Fritz Lang classic, M, is obviously worth another watch, according to Sarah Lambert.
HOW I CAME TO HATE MATHS is worth showing to the kids, according to Sarah Dillon
GUISEPPE TORNATORE: EVERY FILM MY FIRST FILM is a portrait of the great man, but not necessarily one we all want, according to Mike Levy.
HOME FROM HOME is a monumental work, and a true successor to Edgar Reitz’s HEIMAT series, according to Mike O’Brien.
Jesse Moss’ documentary is a story about work, masculinity, faith and the difficulty of doing good, writes Jim Moore.
SEVEN STREETS, TWO MARKETS AND A WEDDING exposes the very mechanics and building of London in great style, according to Ben Dalton,