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.
Josh Ragan reviews the cult film IF…. at a 50th anniversary screening at the Cambridge Film Festival.
THE CHAOTIC LIFE OF NADA KADIĆ shows us that an autistic child is still a child, and that life is beautiful even if it is a little harder and more sacrifices have to be made.