LOOKING AT OTHERS is an interrogation into the politics of spectatorship, underpinning the ethos of Document Human Rights Film Festival. Naomi Gessesse reviews.
Mika Imai takes on a new project portraying the tender relationship between two young women. Serena Scateni reviews at SQIFF 2018.
Anna Whealing reviews enlightening tales of hurt and hardship at Scottish Queer International Film Festival 2018.
Linn de Quebrada showing you ‘the new Eve’ should prove a highlight of SQIFF 2018. Sammy Andie Bennett reviews.
Cinema becomes exciting when it breaks the mould and challenges the status quo of the mainstream. PULSE is one such film. Sammy Andie Bennett reviews at SQIFF 2018.
Document Human Rights Film Festival included this program of nine Palestinian short films. Chris Dobson reviews the screening in Glasgow.
THE POET AND BOY is an aching story of missed opportunities. Serena Scateni reviews the London Korean Film Festival tour screening in Edinburgh’s Filmhouse.
Bernadett Tuza-Ritter explains the story behind her documentary A WOMAN CAPTURED, which screened at the Cambridge Film Festival this year.
Mining a formative period in the life of a cultural icon, COLETTE is not only relevant but also sumptuous, scandalous and thoroughly enjoyable.
Franchises succeed by embracing the necessity of healthy change, writes Alice Pullen. But does the latest FANTASTIC BEASTS smell of success?