NINGEN delights in a type of storytelling so refreshing in its refusal to be defined by simple morals, neat endings and tied up plots, writes Sarah Dillon.
TIR makes the most of the mundane, according to Andrew Nickolds.
The start of a highly promising odd-couple detective partnership, according to Stephen Watson.
NIGHT MOVES grips the audience with ever-increasing tension, according to Jim Ross.
Bucket List of the Festival. If you don’t do it you’ll be forcibly removed from the Picturehouse!
If you’ve ever done something bad to a Sylvanian Families doll, you will relish the cruel comedy of Frauke Finsterwalder’s FINSTERWORLD, writes Faust Lerner.
PETER SELLERS: THE EARLY SHORTS have problems but are oddly prescient according to Ben Dalton.
LOVE STEAKS is an off-kilter romantic comedy with a difference, writes Jim Moore.
Not even Colin Firth can breathe life into MAGIC IN THE MOONLIGHT, writes Sarah Dillon.
34th Cambridge Film Festival got off to a strong start with an engaging and delightfully quirky offering from French director Guillaume Nicloux. Mike Levy reviews.