MARY SHELLEY is a clumsy attempt to tell the story of a fascinating woman and literary pioneer. Jim Ross reviews at Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Jim Ross reviews CALIBRE, an excellent new thriller, which had a premiere at the Edinburgh Film Festival and is now available on Netflix
It’s been suggested that THE BOOKSHOP is just another entry in the post-war ‘Heritage Cinema’ category, but Isabel Coixet is playing a more complicated game…
Jim Ross reviews thriller SEARCHING – shown entirely through digital technology screens – premiering at the Edinburgh International Film Festival
Ozon’s wild ride is never less than engrossing, not to say enjoyable – but after all the careful setting up what emerges is pure copper-bottomed tosh.
Loosely based on director Pawel Pawlikowski’s parents’ lives, COLD WAR tells the story of a passionate love affair during the 1950s.
Set in the aesthetically gorgeous backdrop of Paris’ 1970’s pornography scene, KNIFE AND HEART takes viewers on a murder mystery of melodramatic love and loss.
UNDER THE SILVER LAKE takes us on a hazy unfamiliar journey where most of the strange occurrences seem possible, writes Juanita Samson.
Elle Haywood speaks to producer Jared Selcer about ZIGGY’S WILL, a short film screened at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.
Matteo Garone delivers a showpiece of raw gangsterism in the Italian suburbs, and the moral complexities of vengeance in a small town community.