Loosely based on director Pawel Pawlikowski’s parents’ lives, COLD WAR tells the story of a passionate love affair during the 1950s.
Juanita Samson reviews CAPHARNAUM, a new drama from Lebanese director Nadine Labaki which screened at this year’s Cannes film festival.
UNDER THE SILVER LAKE takes us on a hazy unfamiliar journey where most of the strange occurrences seem possible, writes Juanita Samson.
GIRLS OF THE SUN is told from the perspective of Mathilde who is a French journalist writing an article about “the truth” of women fighting ISIS in Kurdistan.
BLACKKLANSMAN is an astonishing comeback for Spike Lee, writes Juanita Samson.
“There is no good or bad – there is no plot by the powerful to oppress – it’s just a matter of lack of organisation, which becomes much more dangerous”, warns Rudi Gnutti.
‘Love is messy’, as the director of the film Justin Doherty puts it. Student writer Juanita Samson reviews WILDERNESS.