CERTAIN WOMEN moves at its own deliberate pace, allowing the performances to blossom amid the unforgiving Badlands, writes Andrew Nickolds.
VICEROY’S HOUSE keeps the seismic events of 1947 India in the background as they unfold, while bringing the human drama to the fore.
Supernatural thriller THE WAILING ranks Hong-jin Na alongside some of the finest Korean auteurs working today, writes Harry Jones.
THE UNKNOWN GIRL is the new social realist mystery film written and directed by prolific Belgian duo Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne.
Jim Ross examines the unique place of TRAINSPOTTING in Scottish pop culture and how T2 TRAINSPOTTING captures the progression of a nation since the original
Mike Mills transports us back to 1979 Santa Barbara, complete with waning hippie culture, the death throes of punk and the rise of female identity.
We spoke to Daisy Hudson whose documentary chronicles her family’s devastation when they find themselves at the mercy of the housing crisis.
April McIntyre reviews CALEB, a thoughtful sci-fi short which deals with the morality of advancing technology and its effect on family and relationships.
We spoke to the makers of CALEB, which screens at this month’s sci-fi themed Reel Women event at Cambridge Arts Picturehouse.
Come to our film quiz at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse on Monday 9 January. Laffs and chuckles with hosts Dave and Simon.