A deeply emotive, harrowing documentary about one woman’s life as a servant and slave that will completely open your eyes to the reality of current-day slavery in Europe.
In 1959 a young man by the name of Erik Jensen boarded an ocean liner bound for Sarawak on the tropical Island of Borneo. Little did he know he would spend the next seven years living and working with the indigenous Iban people, researching their language and culture. Simultaneously, the traditional way of life for … Continue reading Erik and the Iban
Ably supported by his principal cast, former Jehovah’s Witness Daniel Kokotajlo crafts a tragic and engrossing narrative in APOSTASY. Jim Ross reviews.
LEAVE NO TRACE is a film of delicately balanced contrasts – understated yet emotive; contrasting yet coherent; personal yet topical. Jim Ross reviews.
Jim Ross reviews CALIBRE, an excellent new thriller, which had a premiere at the Edinburgh Film Festival and is now available on Netflix
This year the London Korean Film Festival is luring us with an M&M trail of teaser screenings, most recently Won Shin-yun’s MEMOIR OF A MURDERER (2017).
A treat from the vaults – Simon Rumley spoke to us at Cambridge Film Fest 2016 about his project CROWHURST, which is finally set for a 2018 release. Read all about it!
Mendonça has brought such warmth, humour and sensitivity to this piece, and AQUARIUS deserves to be seen by as many as possible, writes Ben Jones.
A LA RONDE-style depiction of modern German life, with all three elements of its title well represented.
Four sex workers and two gangsters walk into a gas station… Sounds like a setup for a Quentin Tarantino film? WELL certainly has its share of humour and cartoonish violence, writes Noel Megahey