THE INTERROGATION is a film making landmark as it represents the first Israeli director to make a film about WW2 war atrocity.
Henrie’s portrayal of Joseph highlights the fragility and changeability of youth.
Family relationships, illnesses, the pain of adolescence and the dynamics of bullying are laid bare in ALBA.
Toby Miller caught up with Cambridge Film Festival programmer Ramon Lamarca to talk about cameras, Catalonia and the care-free nature of Catalonian society.
Far from being preachy, ONE OF US allows its message to settle into the reader with such a subtlety it kills, writes Garry Pope.
Tomorrow is a rousing French documentary concerning the state of the planet. Unlike your average end-of-the-world documentary, in which we are warned of things to come and accusingly faced with the exponential dangers we have caused. This is a more hopeful documentary, one in which the filmmakers examine solutions, rather than problems. Directed by Cyril … Continue reading Tomorrow
When a small southern Ukrainian village is 20 kilometres from the nearest police intervention, ‘who you gonna call?’… The Ukrainian Sheriffs. In the village of Stara Zburjivka, two deputised sheriffs are instated to watch over the land and mediate any problems the village people may come upon. Filmed as a factual documentary in a style … Continue reading Ukranian Sheriffs
“And then one day the invisible man decided: ‘I will make them see me…'” John Cheshire reviews A MONSTER CALLS at BFI London Film Fest!
Ben Johnston discusses our obsession with seeing our favourite musicians on the big screen.
Blackmoor is a short film that will be featured during the Cambridge film Festival as part of the Short Fusion: Contravention strand. Shot on location on the Devon Coast and in East London, the drama stars Gwilym Lloyd (Royal Shakespeare Company), Stacha Hicks (David Brent: Life on the Road, Captain Phillips) and Matthew Jure (Grantchester, … Continue reading Blackmoor Interview