The Edinburgh Short Film Festival’s November 8th program deals with mind games, toying with – and being teased by – our adversaries, and amusing ourselves. Jim Ross reviews.
Luka Vukos previews the closing night of the 2018 Edinburgh Short Film Festival – “this final set of films is another great bunch and their precise arrangement is likewise thoughtful.”
Although a lively mishmash of racial issues, politics, music gatherings, and espionage vibes, BLACK IS BELTZA cares more about adding iconic names of the 60s than delivering a coherent narrative. Serena Scateni reviews at Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival.
Cantet’s compassion for his young characters is never far from the surface – hard though they may be to stomach for some of the time.
A bombastic, colourful and appealing adventure peppered with just enough outlandish moments to keep Gilliam fans happy, writes Rosie Applin.
HAPPY AS LAZZARO is a conversation starter which balances nuance and neo-realism with its thoughtful, comedic and magical lead.
“He was more than just a linguist, he was the Indiana Jones of his time…” April McIntyre interviews the makers of EASTERN MEMORIES.
Director Reinaldo Marcus Green highlights a story that we’ve all seen before, in films or in the news, and tells it in a completely unique way.
Blerta Zegiri’s THE MARRIAGE is a story that is worth telling and can be seen as a lot more than just a film, writes Jorvan White.
NANCY is a thrilling film with brilliant performances. Just don’t expect all your questions to be answered, writes Ben Woodard.