This French box office hit is both funny and emotional, but does it do its deaf characters a disservice?
There’s the feeling that this is a film about death made for the living, and that it’s a bit of a necessary failure…
Alison Rose’s documentary follows four astronomers embarking on a fiftieth anniversary re-enactment of an American road trip from their twenties and reflecting on the impact of their discoveries.
What makes this doc different from many glazed war movies is that the brutal story is not told from the American point of view, but by those directly affected by it.
Mike Levy provides some of the highlights from Gemma Craven and Daniel Cerquiera’s post-RADIATOR Q&A.
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.