Joshua Ragan reviews the ‘Satellites’ instalment of the EIFF 2019 shorts program.
ASTRONAUT is a film that will make you reach for the stars and stick with you; always motivating and inspiring you. Joshua Ragan reviews at EIFF 2019.
SKIN is one of the most powerful films at the Edinburgh film Festival, not only because of its subject matter but because of its brilliant storytelling. Joshua Ragan reviews.
THEM THAT FOLLOW fails to truly reach its highest point in terms of theme and craft, but is an excellent film nonetheless. Joshua Ragan reviews at EIFF 2019.
THE FURIES is reminiscent of the Sam Raimi style of splatterfest horror, with a Baz Luhrmann-esque twist of Australian camp, but it’s difficult to decide if it is a good movie or not. Joshua Ragan reviews at EIFF 2019.
Although YESTERDAY has its issues, the performances and neat story concept will leave you feeling entertained and energetic. Joshua Ragan reviews at Edinburgh International Film Festival.
GREEN BOOK may not win any awards, and its sense of humour is occasionally problematic – but nevertheless, it’s a heart-warming buddy movie, writes Joshua Ragan.
RED is an analysis or perhaps a critique of the famous painter Mark Rothko. Josh Ragan reviews.
SHORTFUSION presents SHORTS TO CONTEMPLATE, a collection of short films that will leave you thinking long after you have left the cinema. Director, Oliver Riley-Smith’s THE RIOT ACT focuses on the emergence of a race war, questioning the possible reaction of the media. The short follows the story of a YouTuber and amateur journalist as … Continue reading CFF: Shorts to…Contemplate
As part of ShortFusion at the Cambridge Film Festival, SHORTS… TO ENTERTAIN all certainly fulfil their purpose to entertain, writes Josh Ragan.