Blue Monday, which takes us into the lives of a myriad of people and their bluest of days. Fairly politically and socially charged, this collection was exceptionally brilliant. Elle Haywood reviews.
Opening night of a film festival is always something to behold; the chatter of cinephiles who fill the halls of the lobbies and rooms, eager to consume this year’s delights. As an ode to the greats, those of the eighties who are now some of the most established directors within the industry; LSSF Presents their … Continue reading London Shorts: Opening Night
Inspired by viewings at French Film Festival UK, Luka Vukos examines two pieces of work from French auteurs.
REVENIR is a ruthlessly interrogative documentary and the Document 2018 Jury Award winner. Naomi Gessesse reviews a film that challenges the audience to consider who has the right to tell a story.
Ayşe Toprak’s documentary allows the subjects to be the focus of the film and the audience are enamoured by these men and their bravery.
Starr Wu’s bold move to adapt one of the most important texts of Chinese literature into a contemporary story reflecting the Grindr generation falls short of its own ambition. Serena Scateni reviews at SQIFF18.
Chris Dobson examines the films screened at the opening night of SQIFF 2018.
Two short films making up the SCOTCH PORN program at SQIFF 2018 should prove a source of heated discussion, writes Sammy Andie Bennett.
Watching CHAOS, Sara Fattahi’s second feature-length documentary, you immediately realise that chaos comes in different shapes and sizes. Victoria Becker reviews at Document 2018.