JUST BEFORE LOSING EVERYTHING throws you right in with its characters and commands you to feel, writes Young Critic Kirstie Mather.
“I can say that without a doubt that this was one of the funniest movies of the past 5 years.” Young Critic Rory Greener reviews UNMADE IN CHINA.
Mike O’Brien speaks to the creator of HITCHING THE A1, which screens as part of the EXISTENTIAL short film programme at the Cambridge Film Festival.
The greatest triumph of GATEKEEPERS is the filmmaker’s ability to persuade the former heads of Israel’s Secret Service to speak so openly, writes Sarah McIntosh.
To commemorate the release of the new GREAT EXPECTATIONS, Mike Levy reveals the whereabouts of one of the world’s greatest literary treasures. The answer will surprise you.
As the lights of Cambridge rose in the dusk of Sunday evening, the curtains also drew to a close on the 15th British Silent Film Festival. Mike Boyd reports back from a night to remember.
Very loosely based on Thomas Hardy’s ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles’, Michael Winterbottom’s TRISHNA transposes the tragic romance to the vibrant, racy setting of India.
EVEN THE RAIN uses a real rebellion, the Cochabamba protests of 2000, as part of its allegorical depiction of modern globalisation. By criticising the industry’s own system, they throw into question the film’s own existence.