AFTER LOVE is the debut film of British-Pakistani director Aleem Khan, and beautiful exploration of the complex and complicated emotions on top of raw grief and loss.
EXAM is an Iranian short, directed by Sonia K. Hadad, about a schoolgirl who is given a ‘package’ to drop off before an important exam.
The showing of documentaries such as QUEERING THE SCRIPT on the film festival circuit is just as vital for the LGBT community as the television shows it discusses. Amber Heath reviews.
Amber Heath talks to Yang Li Chou about his film FATHER ahead of its screening at the Scene Taiwan Film Festival 2019.
FATHER is appealing for those familiar with Taiwanese culture, but at the heart of it the film is about a man who has dedicated his life to his father’s craft, and is now facing the loss of that: a tragic story. Amber Heath reviews.
Ken Loach delivers another essential and stark film demonstrating the dire straits of the working-class people of the UK. Amber Heath reviews at Cannes 2019.
CAMARÓN: FLAMENCO AND REVOLUTION by director Alexis Morante is a well shot, fluid exploration of the life of flamenco singer Camarón de la Isla. Amber Heath reviews at IberoDocs.
FREE SOLO is an engaging portrait of Alex Honnold, and a visually impressive depiction of free soloing without glamorising it. Amber Heath reviews.
Supported by the strength of the cinematography and sound design, MARSHLAND is is an engaging look into the psyche of Spain during its period setting. Amber Heath review at Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival.