Ana Garcia’s Gibraltar sets out a journey into the complex history produced by the hate and love between England and Spain on this territory.
Maxi Dejoie’s début picture THE GERBER SYNDROME exploits our fears of fatal pandemics on a personal, as well as national level; divides of society being ripped apart.
Hugh Paterson reviews Craig Constantine’s guide to hitchhiking, and Rodd Rathjen’s short THE STRANGER
Whilst technology has advanced dramatically, some problems (such as finding the right reproductive partner, and preparing for parenthood) remain universal and timeless.
DUSKA is a succinct distillation of Jos Stelling’s cinema, examining how, fundamentally, people communicate.
Enter Hero. Enter Psycho. Enter Saviour. Enter Devil. Enter Driver.
Reviewer Jack Toye is shocked, but not for the right reasons…
Max Zeh finds out: On how many mediums can one produce a film?
One of the joys about attending a film festival is the act of discovery. Short films open a door to a wide range of talents otherwise ignored by mainstream audiences.
Jamie Brittain asks: Is it really true that no film has ever surpassed or even matched the quality of CITIZEN KANE?