In Levan Akin’s third feature, AND THEN WE DANCED, comes a tale of innate bravery, masterful performances, and a promising story of youthful ambition and the hurdles that must be overcome to attain glory for a young gay dancer in a conservative country. In a studio in Georgia, professional dancer Merab (Levan Gelbakhani) recites a … Continue reading And Then We Danced
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THE LODGE executes a gripping horror, and whilst it is by no means a heart-stopping thriller, its subtle, susurrus nature is sure to snare the audience in its icy grip. Elle Haywood reviews at London Film Festival.
Writer-director Sebastian Leilo takes his fantastic woman and puts her through what is decidedly not a fantastic time. Ben Jones reviews.
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For a film that wrings such expertly orchestrated tension from real life events, CAPTAIN PHILLIPS turns out to be surprisingly unmemorable.
This loving tribute to a milestone of British rock takes an insightful and evocative approach to the genre, writes Ed Frost.
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A sweet-natured story of two people coming together, MUSEUM HOURS is a leisurely tour of Vienna from Jem Cohen. Ed Frost reviews at the London Film Festival.
Peer pressure and teenage bullying have rarely been as agonising and intensely distressing as they are in Michel Franco’s latest, AFTER LUCIA. Ed Frost reviews at the London Film Festival.