MRS LOWRY & SON accurately, and often frustratingly, portrays the intricacies of life between mother and son. Francesca Woulfe reviews at EIFF 2019.
Marc Nelson discusses THE SOUVENIR after its EIFF 2019 showings, where director Joanna Hogg casts her critical-yet-compassionate eye toward a stand-in for her younger self.
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.
BEST BEFORE DEATH is an unconventional profile of an artist. Clara Strachan reviews from EIFF 2019.
NEVER LOOK AWAY touches the sublime of the arts, which like a phoenix emerges from the ashes of war to show how sensitivity, affection, diversity can be the victims of the cruel and monstrous side of humanity. Marta Pistone reviews the EIFF 2019 selection.
Jim Ross speaks with the director of Edinburgh International Film Festival selection LOVE TYPE D, Sasha Collington.
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.
ROBERT THE BRUCE find itself caught between two stools, and although well made, that undermines the intimate concept and commanding central performance. Jim Ross reviews at Edinburgh International Film Festival.
It’s troubling to think a documentary about film criticism wouldn’t understand or appreciate the most basic of facts. This film’s ahistorical fawning doesn’t honour the life and work it purports to, writes Marc Nelson from EIFF 2019.