Though not without faults or bizarre accents, this ambitious, low-budget film about pioneering photographer Eadweard Muybridge has much to recommend it.
Maya Forbes’ slice of life drama’s joyous energy is infectious, but its melodrama prevents it from being truly emotionally impactful, writes Blake Simons.
The latest found footage horror from South America takes a different perspective on its chills, writes Mark Liversidge.
Gamboa and Barberini’s fiery performances brilliantly represent the relatable story of young lovers struggling to regain a lost intimacy by any means necessary.
Plenty of initial spark but the drama fails to maintain its sizzle. Lillie Davidson reviews THE CHAMBERMAID LYNN.
Set around 2011, THE AMINA PROFILE focuses on the internet romance between a woman from Montreal, and Amina and American/Syrian girl living in Damascus during the Arab uprising.
The 2006 remastered version of THE HARDER THEY COME is an inspired fusion of exploitation film, neorealist drama and musical, writes Jim Moore.
Stephen Watson offers an introduction to Lech Majewski’s visually inspiring and intellectually stimulating cinematic works, screening at CFF2015
Ben Dalton, Edd Elliott and Lillie Davidson talk DARKNESS ON THE EDGE OF TOWN, WHY ME?, THE CHAMBERMAID LYNN and foot fetishes.
Having seriously injured almost all of its cast and crew, ROAR will appeal to lovers of B-movie car-crash cinema