Time is running out to find a settled home for the nine-year-old Bernadette, known to everyone as Benni, whose angelic appearance belies a simmering, foul-mouthed fury which constantly breaks out against allies and enemies alike. System Crasher (Systemsprenger) is a remarkable achievement. Without overly sensationalising what is a bleak and often repetitive situation — in … Continue reading System Crasher
Domestique Competitive cyclist Roman (Jirí Konvalinka) pushes himself to his physical limits, putting his ambitions on a collision course with the equally determined desire of his wife Šarlota (Tereza Hofová) to get pregnant. First things first: the film’s Czech title Domestik is translated as the French Domestique, rather than the more obvious ‘domestic’, because the … Continue reading Domestique
When political media increasingly feed on, and seek to create, mass hysteria, CALALAI: IN-BETWEENNESS is a welcome disruption to the gender identity narrative. Willa Bews reviews at SQIFF 2019.
The way that Herzog can scope out the narrative of an interview is quite something to behold, with a firm grasp on his line of questioning. Elle Haywood reviews MEETING GORBACHEV.
MARRIAGE STORY portrays truth, and with a fresh perspective. An incredibly rare find, writes Fiona Hughes.
IT MUST BE HEAVEN is Suleiman’s funniest film, the comedy laced up with his elegant, rebarbative vision.
BROTHERS is a tale of co-dependence, love, and the destruction that comes with them, writes Josh Ragan.
SECRETARIES: A LIFE FOR CINEMA shines a light on the women behind some of Italy’s most famous producers, directors and distributors.
HI, A.I. shows us that this technology has more to offer than just murderous HAL 9000s and Skynets.
What happens to dreams deferred by imprisonment? MEN INSIDE ventures inside the walls of Baumettes prison in Marseille.