We spoke to the makers of THE WHEEL about feminism from stone age to modern day!
Together they contemplate the larger significance of the long-delayed homecoming. BROTHERS is a film for those who enjoy quiet, slow cinema.
A BRILLIANT GENOCIDE is a powerful and unusual film, writes Emma Wilkinson.
Required viewing for anyone interested in the history of Italian cinema in the 1960s, ALFREDO BINI also humanises one of its key figures.
These tremendous short films showcase the quality of new talent coming out of Germany, writes Garry Pope.
In the beautiful setting of Emmanuel College, the NOSTALGIA? ‘Short Fusion’ strand dazzled the audience with five fantastic films.
It may be that Oleg is a deluded nostalgist, but it’s equally possible that he has a genuine insight into the transcendent effects of art.
THE INTERROGATION is a film making landmark as it represents the first Israeli director to make a film about WW2 war atrocity.
Henrie’s portrayal of Joseph highlights the fragility and changeability of youth.
Family relationships, illnesses, the pain of adolescence and the dynamics of bullying are laid bare in ALBA.