We spoke to Ed “Hinterland” Talfan about his supernatural melodrama THE PASSING, which premieres on 10 March at Wales One World Film Festival.
YOUTH is a decadent representation of how, in the frantic run towards the future, it’s easy to forget to live mindfully in the present, writes Federica Roberti.
JOY is a tale about how difficult it has always been for women to be taken seriously and to thrive in a man’s world, says Federica Roberti.
Presented at the London Film Festival in the “First Feature Film” category, THE WAIT is a delicate tale about a mother’s grief after losing her only son.
SUNSET SONG is a romantic and intimate tale that portrays the life of Chris Guthrie during the Great War that changed so many lives.
Even though the reality for these professional photographers is harsh and filled with danger, in this documentary there is also space for hope.
SUFFRAGETTE gives a new voice to an important historical event while leaving space to reflect on women’s modern situation, writes Federica Roberti.
Federica Roberti reviews the unusual and slow-burning thriller ROOM, adapted from Emma Donoghue’s best-selling novel, at the BFI London Film Festival.
By 2050, the world population will grow to 10 billion. “Where will the food come from?” asks Valentin Thurn.
BILL is a compelling comedy gem, a film meant for the whole family that gives a comic twist to William Shakespeare’s early life and the beginning of his career as a playwright.