On the 20th April, British Silents and BFI presented an all day programme of London-related film at London’s Cinema Museum. Keith Braithwaite describes the experience.
At the Queen’s Film Theatre in Belfast, the Belfast Film Festival overlaps with the Italian Film Festival this week. Rosy Hunt looks back at a classic Italian anthology film.
Penny Woolcock’s inner-city gang documentary humanises people who have been demonised for too long, writes Gavin Midgley.
Gavin Midgley speaks to producer Rebekah Tolley about the making of acclaimed documentary WE WENT TO WAR and its director Michael Grigsby.
An overly ambitious, sprawling drama with commendable performances. At the heart of THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES there is an engaging film, but it is lost in an abundance of narrative.
RADIO FREE ALBEMUTH, which screened at Belfast Film Festival, is the closest we’ve seen yet to Philip K. Dick’s vision being put on the screen, writes Noel Megahey.
The greatest triumph of GATEKEEPERS is the filmmaker’s ability to persuade the former heads of Israel’s Secret Service to speak so openly, writes Sarah McIntosh.
Michael Grigsby’s final film is an outstanding and immensely moving examination of the true cost of war, writes Gavin Midgley.