DELIGHT guides audiences into universal themes of trauma, love and escapism with a delicate hand and sensitive direction. We spoke to director Gareth Jones.
The Tanzanians’ hatred for their albino community is desperately sad. But IN THE SHADOW OF THE SUN is not without hope, writes Mark Liversidge.
Ahead of cult indie showcase TRIDENTFEST on Friday, we spoke to Carl Peck about the work of Project Trident and their plans for this year.
THE GREAT HIP HIP HOAX – two Scots remaking themselves as Californian rap duo – is a mild indictment of the artificiality of modern music, writes Jim Ross
There is a joyful rhythm to this documentary on flamenco singer Enrique Morente despite its self-congratulatory tone, writes Hannah Clarkson.
BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN is a playfully scabrous, joyously blasphemous masterpiece of Hollywood Gothic, writes Danny Davies.
ROCK & ROLL’S GREATEST FAILURE combines footage of Otway’s manic live performances with eccentric to-camera narration by the star himself.
I don’t scare easily and I am probably the least superstitious person I know. I do not believe in ghosts, ghoulies or things that go bump in the night (barring peckish urban foxes). I take a dim view of the chance that paranormal beings exist in our reality and of those who seek to convince [...]
FIREWORKS WEDNESDAY tracks the lives of three married couples over a single day in Tehran. Mark Liversidge reviews Asghar Farhadi’s unpredictable, slow-burning drama.
“Machete don’t tweet.” Twitter’s loss is our gain as this sequel, showing in the FrightFest strand, is a nonsensical yet amusing action spoof, writes Gavin Midgley.