This beautifully directed tale of rediscovered family and love can’t quite fulfill its early promise, but is still well worth seeing, writes Owen Baker.
HANNAH ARENDT is a film populated with deep thinkers, academics and journalists, but only a few express their passions believably, writes Mark Liversidge.
In this intimate documentary set just north of Los Angeles, Kevin and his best friend Garrison tentatively step into the often wrenching world of adult responsibilities.
Since its 1922 release, NOSFERATU has been subject to as much mythology and folklore as the original vampire legend itself.
THE CRASH REEL is an intense, blistering ride through the world of snowboarder Kevin Pearce, writes Jack McCurdy.
Roland Klick’s acid western embraces and transcends the ‘Spaghetti’ sub-genre, writes Sarah Acton.
Im Sang-soo’s THE TASTE OF MONEY has a gin-dry and pleasingly wry sense of humour which takes pity on none of its players.
An articulate, challenging and rewarding film which opens a thoughtful discourse on gender, disability and sexuality.
Science and the popular press have become somewhat uneasy bedfellows over the last few decades, writes Mark Liversidge.
Just how much intellectual property should be placed in the hands of a single entity? And who exactly should profit from it?