Ann Linden reviews POST MORTEM, a drama set in the 1973 Chilean coup, which is currently screening at the Grand Illusion Cinema in Seattle.
Jim Ross takes in MOONRISE KINGDOM, Wes Anderson’s latest film, and wouldn’t hesitate in recommending it – even to Anderson sceptics.
Mark Byrnes reviews FREE MEN, where director Ismaël Ferroukhi adopts a measured view of the past to uncover a fascinating, hitherto untold story.
Loreta Gandolfi reviews THE SOURCE, and finds a beautifully shot film from Radu Mihaileanu with a strong performance by the cast.
To anyone who knows it only from their own performance in the schoolroom, SPRING AND PORT WINE sticks in the memory as a ”Peter and Jane” introduction to social deprivation and teen pregnancy.
Martin McGuigan reviews IN TRANSITION 2.0, part of the 2012 UK Green Film Festival
Martin McGuigan reviews HAPPY, which played at the UK Green Film Festival across the country this weekend
Every year, households, retailers and food services waste enough food to satisfy the hunger of the world’s malnourished at least twice over. Valentin Thurn’s documentary asks why civilised societies throw away so much food, and how we can stop, or at least offset, the effects of our shameful waste.
DAMSELS IN DISTRESS is a film that is as innocent as its setting but rarely amounts to anything as good as the sum of its enchanting and amiable parts, says Ed Frost
Although divisive, if drawn in by the construction and cast CAFÉ DE FLORE will reward you with a wonderfully involving tale, says Jim Ross