Director Zed Nelson, better known for his photography, debuts his filmmaking skills and offers a small piece of an ever-expanding puzzle, spanning London’s boroughs and beyond with THE STREET. April McIntyre reviews.
WALKING ON WATER is not just an account of the creation of one work, but a glimpse into the creative madness of living a life that is entirely devoted to art.
The way that Herzog can scope out the narrative of an interview is quite something to behold, with a firm grasp on his line of questioning. Elle Haywood reviews MEETING GORBACHEV.
In this well-edited and entertaining documentary, Penny Lane lifts the lid on what is perhaps the strangest religion of all. Chris Dobson reviews.
Placed in the hands of such technically skilled filmmakers, this important story simply soars. Jim Ross reviews SCHEME BIRDS.
ARMSTRONG is an illuminating experience, but one that spends a little too much time basking in its own glow, and not enough exploring the dark side of the moon. Ben Johnston reviews.
BEST BEFORE DEATH is an unconventional profile of an artist. Clara Strachan reviews from EIFF 2019.
It’s troubling to think a documentary about film criticism wouldn’t understand or appreciate the most basic of facts. This film’s ahistorical fawning doesn’t honour the life and work it purports to, writes Marc Nelson from EIFF 2019.
By virtue of having aged yet visually powerful footage, APOLLO 11 is certainly worth capturing on the big screen and will be orbiting your mind for a long time after. Elle Haywood reviews.
Jason Barker has created an urgent and relevant film in A DEAL WITH THE UNIVERSE, but in a gentle and unassuming way. April McIntyre reviews.