The Fritz Lang classic, M, is obviously worth another watch, according to Sarah Lambert.
HOW I CAME TO HATE MATHS is worth showing to the kids, according to Sarah Dillon
GUISEPPE TORNATORE: EVERY FILM MY FIRST FILM is a portrait of the great man, but not necessarily one we all want, according to Mike Levy.
HOME FROM HOME is a monumental work, and a true successor to Edgar Reitz’s HEIMAT series, according to Mike O’Brien.
Jesse Moss’ documentary is a story about work, masculinity, faith and the difficulty of doing good, writes Jim Moore.
SEVEN STREETS, TWO MARKETS AND A WEDDING exposes the very mechanics and building of London in great style, according to Ben Dalton,
Taut and well crafted, WAR STORY follows the recovery of a war photographer. Amanda Randall.
At its height, there is something both innovative and truimphant in THE WOMAN WHO DARES, according to Liam Woodcock.
OF GIRLS AND HORSES has lots of observations to make, maybe too many, according to Sarah Longfield.
James Mackay talks LIONEL ROGOSIN