Anthony Davis spoke to Toby Amies about his documentary THE MAN WHOSE MIND EXPLODED, a touching portrait of an ageing maverick amnesiac.
See this love story/odd-couple road movie/drama/rite of passage at Cambridge African Film Festival at Cambridge Arts Picturehouse on 10th November.
Brothers: grim. Djamila Sahraoui’s civil war drama would strike to the heart of any mother, says Keith Braithwaite.
Not just a space romp: Bullock’s performance in GRAVITY has been compared to Maria Falconetti in Carl Dreyer’s THE PASSION OF JOAN OF ARC.
It’s unsettling to watch a documentary about a group of extraordinary men, two of whom were walking toward their deaths, writes Amanda Randall.
Both filmmaker and lead character strike a delicate balance between charisma and integrity in the excellent comedy MATERIAL, writes Alison Hicks.
A fifty-something couple on a mini-break: sounds a bit beige. But LE WEEK-END moves in whimsical waves of bohemia, writes Alison Hicks.
We may have reached one limit to what Benedict Cumberbatch can do – and it was beginning to look as if there weren’t any, writes Keith Braithwaite.
For a film that wrings such expertly orchestrated tension from real life events, CAPTAIN PHILLIPS turns out to be surprisingly unmemorable.
FILTH is a superbly lurid and comedically pitch black spiral down into a man’s mental hell, with James McAvoy on perhaps his best form to date, writes Jim Ross