CAMARÓN: FLAMENCO AND REVOLUTION by director Alexis Morante is a well shot, fluid exploration of the life of flamenco singer Camarón de la Isla. Amber Heath reviews at IberoDocs.
WHO IS BARBARA VIRGINIA? aims to rediscover the life and work of the first Portuguese female director to make a feature film with sound. Murray Ferguson reviews for IberoDocs 2019.
DIVINE DIVAS is a joyous, moving and engaging documentary, successfully designed to entertain those with or without much knowledge of drag as an art form. Yosra Osman reviews.
COMPLICIT illustrates the depths of human suffering companies are willing to mine to cut costs. Clara Strachan reviews ahead of the unDependence Film Festival closing night.
Jim Ross reviews the program ‘Iranian Short Stories’ program at the 2019 unDependence Film Festival ahead of the launch next month.
THE GROUND BENEATH MY FEET unearths a surprisingly moving and intensely gripping psychodrama. Elle Haywood reviews at BFI Flare.
THE FRUIT MACHINE plunges a serrated knife of injustice and homophobia deep into the golden heart of Canadian liberalism. Elle haywood reviews at BFI Flare 2019.
Francesca Woulfe reviews the first set of shorts that competed for the Bill Douglas Award at GSFF 2019.
Chris Dobson reviews the opening night event of Glasgow Short Film Festival: “when the flesh-eating sheep arrive, you’re not even that surprised.”
METAL HEART is rather enjoyable in its sentiments, surprisingly funny and provides a fresh take on the sub-genre. Elle Haywood reviews from Glasgow Film Festival.