Although repetitive, WATERMARK has all the capability to sweep the audience away, according to Carya Maharja.
VIOLET is a confident feature debut from Bas Devos, with a strength lying in its visual storytelling, writes Jim Ross at CFF34.
Ivan Kavanagh’s THE CANAL is a combination of classic and modern horror story, giving it a new sharper edge, writes Rohan Ilet.
NIGHT WILL FALL is a remarkable film about an incredibly complex and difficult subject. Andre Singer and his research team tell a powerful story.
James Walpole speaks to Amir Amirani about his film, WE ARE MANY.
THE HYPNOTIST draws on and explores a wide variety of taboos, creating a film that both captivates and surprises, writes Emma Wilkinson.
PETER DE ROME: GRANDFATHER OF GAY PORN documents the life and work of the infamous pioneer of gay erotic filmmaking. We spoke to producer David McGillivray.
Pianist Neil Brand and percussionist Jeff Davenport provided a wonderfully jazz-age underscore that caught the shifting moods of PEOPLE ON SUNDAY, writes Mike Levy.
‘To begin at the beginning: It is spring, moonless night in the small town, starless and bible-black’
Toby Miller speaks to BFI silent cinema curator Bryony Dixon on the Gerhard Lamprecht films playing at CFF34.