SON OF SAUL doesn’t just show the Holocaust – it dumps you in it, writes David Perilli
Watching Grant Gee’s feature documentary feels like daydreaming a collective past, a little blurred but utterly captivating, writes Sarah Acton.
With HAIL, CAESAR! the Coen Brothers have managed to produce their funniest film to date, writes Jack Toye at the Berlinale Festival.
RAMS is a poignant and witty shaggy sheep story about humanity, from the land of ice and fire, writes Amanda Randall.
Sarah Acton offers a sneak preview of THE PASSING: a slow burning supernatural tale set in a remote Welsh mountain valley.
Adam McKay brings a lightness of touch and some much needed comedy to the world of Wall Street, writes Sarah Longfield.
Trumbo is portrayed here as a sainted martyr of the American left, but the film falls short as an inclusive portrait of this complex man, writes Wyndham Wise.
YOUTH is a decadent representation of how, in the frantic run towards the future, it’s easy to forget to live mindfully in the present, writes Federica Roberti.
Faye Gentile speaks to the creator of A SOCIAL LIFE – a short film taking a sharp look at our social media addiction.
JOY is a tale about how difficult it has always been for women to be taken seriously and to thrive in a man’s world, says Federica Roberti.