Andrew Gibson’s GUTTERBUG is a sweaty, bloody, dirty mosh pit of a film that pulls no punches, writes Gabriel Farrell.
“A great British road movie, reminiscent of the Coen brothers at their best…” Gabriel Farrell reports back from Woods Hole Film Fest.
THE CANDIDATE (originally released as EL REINO) is a slow burner with executive scandal and corruption at its core. Francesca Woulfe reviews.
Placed in the hands of such technically skilled filmmakers, this important story simply soars. Jim Ross reviews SCHEME BIRDS.
The beautiful subtleties in PHOTOGRAPH are a rare trait: asking the viewer to search themselves for their own meaning. But this is also where the film does fall short at times, requiring a little more substance or drama. Elle Haywood reviews.
It’s good to note that when De Palma the sequence-constructor is allowed to emerge from cracked casing of DOMINO, he can still sing. Marc Nelson reviews.
Joshua Ragan reviews the ‘Satellites’ instalment of the EIFF 2019 shorts program.
Elle Haywood reviews ONLY YOU, a modern-day romance, that descends into painful heartache and bitterly equal feuding.
On August 12th it will have been nineteen years since the Kursk submarine disaster, a naval accident that claimed the lives of all 118 people aboard the Russian submarine Kursk. Thomas Vinterberg’s newest film KURSK: THE LAST MISSION tries to tell the story of those aboard the vessel as well as the stories of their … Continue reading Kursk: The Last Mission
ARMSTRONG is an illuminating experience, but one that spends a little too much time basking in its own glow, and not enough exploring the dark side of the moon. Ben Johnston reviews.