The Cambridge Film Festival’s second Surprise Film is a fascinating depiction of a difficult time in American history, writes Owen Baker.
EMPEROR deals with an interesting moment in the aftermath of World War II, but Owen Baker isn’t convinced by its treatment of history.
Even in the depths of the monarch’s decadence and detachment from reality, LUDWIG is always a sympathetic character, writes Owen Baker.
This beautifully directed tale of rediscovered family and love can’t quite fulfill its early promise, but is still well worth seeing, writes Owen Baker.
SHORTFUSION is often a treasure trove of inventive and beautiful cinema nuggets, and this year is no exception, writes Owen Baker.