Edd Elliott interviews Emma Eliza Regan on her new film DARKNESS ON THE EDGE OF TOWN.
Chung Chuan’s intimate exploration of Taiwan’s underground wrestling scene is at heart a film about men, their hobbies, and their mothers.
Nick Kitchin reviews the director’s cut of 54, restored for originally intended viewing.
Nick Kitchin reviews the short film ONE NIGHT IN HELL for the 35th Cambridge Film Festival
Precise sound design, seductive landscapes and lugubrious humour combine in a modern Czech fairytale, writes Chloë Casper.
Kurt Langbein’s film shines a light on the dark business of intensive agriculture where profits come before people, writes Gavin Midgley.
Browne’s painterly scene-setting quickly sets the mood and dark subtexts of this slice of English eccentricity.
ATOMIC isn’t all death and destruction. There’s a very positive side to the story, celebrating ingenuity, determination and compassion.
There is something very unsettling yet very comforting about this film, writes Faye Gentile.
IRRATIONAL MAN has a nice freshness to it, giving the die-hard Allen fans something different, writes Garry Pope.