SORRY TO BOTHER YOU is a bold and distinctive vision that is rightly nowhere near as apologetic as the title. Jim Ross reviews.
TAKE ONE preview the 2018 edition of the Scottish Queer International Film Festival…
OUTLAW KING is an engaging and well made epic, but – for better or worse – is not redolent with the romanticism that allows historical epics to break out from their niche. Jim Ross reviews.
The Edinburgh Short Film Festival’s November 8th program deals with mind games, toying with – and being teased by – our adversaries, and amusing ourselves. Jim Ross reviews.
Jim Ross interviews Charlotte Wells, director of BLUE CHRISTMAS and two other award-winning shorts, about the film – nominated for Best Scottish Short at Edinburgh Short Film Festival – and her work.
Sophia Carr-Gomm took the time to talk to Jim Ross about her short THE WIDER SUN, her path to directing as well her future plans as a filmmaker.
Edinburgh Short Film Festival’s program for November 4th proves adept at nixing assumptions and blending a varied set of tones and genres. Jim Ross previews.
It is a testament to the acting work and musical score that WHERE I’VE NEVER LIVED sweeps you along with it. Jim Ross reviews at Cambridge Film Festival.
The entertaining SCIENCE FAIR does much to illuminate a wider message that should be heeded, writes Jim Ross
A touching and heartbreaking portrait of young love, cinematically earns the right to be watched. Jim Ross reviews ahead of Africa in Motion opening night.