Meet Pedro Costa, referred to by Peter Bradshaw as “the Samuel Beckett of cinema.” This funny, insightful and educational interview is abridged; we include a link to the full transcript.
Slick, dark and compelling, the latest offering from Lee Daniels is an intricate mess of romance and criminality, bringing with it graphic murders, intense arguments and brutal sexual encounters.
As Snoop Dogg’s frolic through the Jamaican motherland, REINCARNATED hits cinemas, Edd Elliott looks back at one of hip-hop’s greatest documentaries – Dave Chappelle’s BLOCK PARTY.
Director Alfonso Sanchez uses the financial crisis to frame his new comedy, EL MUNDO ES NUESTRO, wherein two Sevillians decide to dress as holy penitents and rob a bank.
Political ideology and family commitments are pushed into knife edge territory at the turn of the Spanish Civil War, as bourgeois holidaymakers try to remain neutral to the conflict.
Yves Montmayeur’s documentary is an engrossing insight in to one of the world’s most complex directors, says Liam Jack.
Cristian Mungiu’s BEYOND THE HILLS looks at the moral ambiguity behind a real life event: a misguided exorcism that took place in an Orthodox community in Romania in 2005. Steve Williams reviews.
This docu-drama about a theatrical production with a cast of criminals is orchestrated, but we can believe we are watching a ‘truth’: Will Shakespeare would have approved, writes Amanda Randall.