NANCY is a thrilling film with brilliant performances. Just don’t expect all your questions to be answered, writes Ben Woodard.
Directed by Laurent Cantet and set in France, THE WORKSHOP is about a writing group set up for a group of young adults in La Ciotat.
BEAUTIFUL BOY is a compelling film about the difficulty addicts face in becoming clean, and the lengths a parent will go to for their child, writes Lydia Lowe.
Part of the VISIONARY LANDSCAPES shorts programme, TREES DOWN HERE is the latest documentary from director and cinematographer Ben Rivers.
THE SKIER tells the story of a determined young boy and his personal mission to save a mountain goat from being beheaded at a sacrificial ceremony.
Hirokazu Kore-eda’s SHOPLIFTERS hits the screen with an incredible sense of anticipation, writes Chloe Goldsmith.
L’ANIMALE is a sincere, unflinching tale of a young woman grappling with her identity, writes Joe McLauchlan.
Student writer Jorvan White reviews SHOCK WAVE – DIARY OF MY MIND at the Cambridge Film Festival.
Leon Lee, director of HUMAN HARVEST (2014) and LETTER FROM MASANJIA (2018), offers three strong pointers for any would-be documentary filmmaker.
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.