Apocaromanceadrama HOW I LIVE NOW is another sideways tonal and genre leap for director Kevin Macdonald, writes Jim Ross.
For over ten years the war in Afghanistan has plagued our television screens, broadcasting terror across the globe. But how much do we really know?
“…a philosophical story of the extremes of love and youth.” Rosie Brookes reviews PRINCE AVALANCHE
“Carruth is possibly the smartest guy in film.” Young Critic Chloe Casper, reviews the profound and heavily symbolic UPSTREAM COLOUR
At their heart, documentaries rise and fall on the strength of their subject matter. The Lebanese Rocket Society excels in this area writes Will Firth
A heavyweight expose of defeat and melancholy, COMING FORTH BY DAY grants little relief to the viewer from the barrage of despair on show. As much as this adds to the authenticity of the piece, it makes it very difficult to watch. Cairo. A filthy flat, dwelled in by a family of three: an aged [...]
A filmmaker attempts to reunite Spanish Civil War veterans in Jesús Garay’s feature, combining ‘reality and fiction in a moving essay on memory and guilt’.
How will the squatter punk scene in Berlin sit alongside a clean-cut keyboard rockstar in a white suit pumping out synth-space-pop?
A great line up of Estonian shorts this year, not least the animation. Snowdrifts, nightmares, a cannabis farm… Hugh Paterson reviews.
Tom Dolby’s half-hour elegy-doc was filmed over a year and is still a work-in-progress. It’s much more than a motion picture, writes Huw Oliver.