Day One at Cannes Film Festival: In which Jack pops his TGV cherry, fends off French queues and goes to an English pub by mistake.
Hiu Chan speaks to Tibetan director Pema Tsedan at the fourth annual Chinese Visual Festival.
Jeremiah Humphreys, a long time fan of Veronica Roth’s “Divergent” novel, looks at Neil Burger’s adaptation, which screened at Norwich Film Festival.
FRANK is an entertaining and comical trip with a poignant thread running through it about the inner torment that can provide musical inspiration. Alison Hicks at Sundance London.
LOVE & ENGINEERING, premiering at Tribeca Film Festival, does a disservice to both despite sparks of humour and engagement, writes Jim Ross
Engaging performances and strong direction allow BOULEVARD to overcome its more cliched elements, writes Jim Ross from Tribeca Film Festival
Although engaging and well-acted, EVERY SECRET THING lacks the visual imagination to take it up a level. Jim Ross writes from Tribeca.
If one of the roles of a good film festival is to restore your faith in cinema, the Belfast Film Festival does just that, writes Noel Megahey.
Noel Megahey wonders whether Warmerdam’s modern-day troglodyte is a Lynchian icon of subconscious furies, or a Haneke-like threat to middle-class complacency…
Reggio follows up his QATSI trilogy with a celebration of the beauty of the world, laced with a warning about the danger of losing touch with nature and with our very souls.