Huppert is the one vital element that holds all the other meticulously crafted pieces of LOUDER THAN BOMBS together, structurally and emotionally.
PARISIENNE’s greatest asset is a strong sympathetic central performance from Manal Issa as an 18 year old Lebanese woman in a foreign land.
Even if you think you know what is coming next, you can’t look away from LAND OF MINE for even a second, writes Noel Megahey.
Day Moibi met Mania Akbari, the internationally renowned Iranian director who will be bringing her films to Cambridge on 25-27 April.
TAKE SHELTER director Jeff Nichols goes the full STARMAN in his US Indie take on 1980s children’s adventure films.
We had the great pleasure of interviewing a future horror legend on her latest short GRAMMY, screening at this month’s Reel Women event.
Pablo Larraín’s Berlin award-winning film THE CLUB opens on Easter Friday in UK and Irish cinemas. Jack Toye spoke to Larraín after the UK premiere.
Come to the horror themed Reel Women event at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse Bar. There won’t be a dry seat in the house…
Will anyone tell Marguerite that she can’t sing? On the face of it that is the whole movie. But there is much more to it than this, writes Mike Levy.
“The longer you focus on trying to be normal, the longer it’s going to take you to realise that nobody’s normal.”