In 2008, the Flemish government began the demolition of Doel, a historic village near the Port of Antwerp. Tom Fassaert’s documentary chronicles the destruction of the village.
In NOTES ON A SCANDAL, a wealthy bohemian art teacher starts an ill-advised affair with a student. All of that might’ve been okay if it weren’t for Barbara, played flawlessly by Judi Dench: Patrick Fowler’s nominated madwoman.
A LIAR’S AUTOBIOGRAPHY presents itself like an audiovisual entry from the real Hitch-Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, with a bit of Tristram Shandy thrown in.
SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK is a comedy about mental illness that never shies away from harsh realities, writes Dorian Stone.
If Terry Gilliam decided to perform one of his animated Python cut scenes live, that might give you a rough idea of what to expect from The Paper Cinema, writes Harry Hunt.
Has the found-footage approach reinvigorated the cop movie genre? Gavin Midgley takes a look at David Ayer’s gritty LA-set thriller, starring Jake Gyllenhaal.
Is Mabel truly mad, or just misunderstood? Sarah McIntosh looks back at the cunning Cassavetes classic A WOMAN UNDER THE INFLUENCE, as part of our MADWOMEN theme.
Our man at this years Brighton Film Festival, Harry Hunt reviews Hirokazu Koreeda’s charming KISEKI. The children will love it – what a shame the BBFC slapped it with a 15 rating!
“She has done for me at last, Rachel my torment…” Ann Linden’s pick for the MADWOMEN season is Olivia De Havilland as MY COUSIN RACHEL.
Nab’Ubomi meaning ‘This is Life’ is a South African youth project that goes into schools and helps teach secondary students about media production and development through a short film competition. The project has been running for five years and this programme in the Cambridge African Film Festival only represents a small amount of what has [...]