Guy Pearce steals the show in Drake Doremus’ BREATHE IN, the opening night film at the 67th edition of the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Seven films from the festival travelled to Belfast for the first time this year, for a week of showings at the Queen’s Film Theatre. Noel Megahey reviews.
Marco Bellocchio’s approach to the subject of assisted dying demonstrates why he is still probably the most important filmmaker in Italy today, writes Noel Megahey.
The annual Far East Film Festival in Udine, Italy is one of the most important Asian film festivals in the world, and proves how cinema is itself already trans-national, writes Hiu Chan.
“The personal impression I always take away from a Belfast Film Festival is one of a programme of intense, gritty and challenging new international cinema. The 13th BFF was no exception.”
You have to adjust your view of traditional film narrative and structure if you want to get the most out of an Abbas Kiarostami film, writes Noel Megahey at Belfast Film Fest.
RADIO FREE ALBEMUTH, which screened at Belfast Film Festival, is the closest we’ve seen yet to Philip K. Dick’s vision being put on the screen, writes Noel Megahey.
LOS LOBOS DE ARGA plays a loud, boisterous and broad game, never afraid to resort to bold slapstick and sloppy gore. Patrick Fowler reports back from the ¡Viva! Film Festival.
Based on the childhood of its director, INFANCIA CLANDESTINA is masterful, intimate and bold, writes Patrick Fowler.
Director Alfonso Sanchez uses the financial crisis to frame his new comedy, EL MUNDO ES NUESTRO, wherein two Sevillians decide to dress as holy penitents and rob a bank.