Perhaps this quiet series of images and poetry would provoke entirely different ideas and radically different truths in someone else. CAMPO is a field that we fill with our own interpretation of life. Simon Bowie reviews.
TELL ME WHO I AM’s subject matter necessitates a certain sense of discomfort in its audience but not the sense of invasiveness that mars the story by pulling it out of the context of real life. Simon Bowie reviews.
THE WORLD IS FULL OF SECRETS is an interesting debut feature and it manages to relay a whirlpool of subtle lessons within its constrained technical approach. Steph Brown reviews.
Even if one does not enjoy vicariously exploring the muddied streets of Paris in I LOST MY BODY, at least one thing is for sure: you will never be able to look at your own hands the same way again. Grace Han reviews.
The surface pleasures of MARTIN EDEN are profound in themselves, but the pleasure they provide compounds when you realise that surface itself is a tissue of lies. The screenwriter Maurizio Braucci described the film, with a shocking eloquence, as “a dream of the twentieth century”, and it’s difficult to express how accurately the phrase represents … Continue reading Martin Eden
This programme of shorts at Edinburgh Short Film Festival will both engage your mind and leave you wondering about what, if anything, is out there.
COPING MECHANISMS is a strong selection of shorts. ESFF has collated an engaging programme which raises a number of important questions and rebuts pre-existing stereotypes around underrepresented issues such as disability and mental health.
EARTHRISE offers a sobering reminder of just how small we are – and a blissful portrayal of just how far we’ve come.
THE BEACH BUM is an interesting insight into Korine’s development as an equivocal filmmaker, and while THE BEACH BUM is more restrained than its aesthetic demands, there is a hypnotic quality that lingers into the credits. Steph Brown reviews.
PAUSE is most certainly deserving of the awards it has won, and perhaps others, for its impeccable representation of a story that we as an audience often assume and take for granted.