SCHOOL OF BABEL, Julie Bertuccelli’s consideration of multicultural Paris, layers the personal stories of children newly-arrived in France.
STATIONS OF THE CROSS is a rigorously structured and shot parable about a teenage girl’s single-minded devotion to her Christian faith.
20,000 DAYS ON EARTH has the feel of a hallucinatory interview, according to Carya Maharja.
Although repetitive, WATERMARK has all the capability to sweep the audience away, according to Carya Maharja.
‘They say you can learn more from a game you lose than a game you win. That’s how I got here’. Hannah Clarkson reviews FOUR CORNERS.
ON THE BOWERY is revolutionary for its time, inspiring the likes of John Cassavetes in terms of film production, shooting and dramatic methods.
VIOLET is a confident feature debut from Bas Devos, with a strength lying in its visual storytelling, writes Jim Ross at CFF34.
Ivan Kavanagh’s THE CANAL is a combination of classic and modern horror story, giving it a new sharper edge, writes Rohan Ilet.
NIGHT WILL FALL is a remarkable film about an incredibly complex and difficult subject. Andre Singer and his research team tell a powerful story.
James Walpole speaks to Amir Amirani about his film, WE ARE MANY.