Alexander Payne demonstrates a humanity that has defined his career with his warm, humorous road movie NEBRASKA, writes Andrew Nickolds.
Say what you like about Francois Ozon: he constantly manages to wrong-foot you, writes Andrew Nickolds.
Andrew Nickolds dives in to this new French comedy, a “primary-coloured confectionery” set in the world of speed typing.
Emad Burnat managed to capture, first hand, the actions of Israeli soldiers in a West Bank image in this deeply personal and affecting documentary. Andrew Nickolds reviews.
THANKS FOR THE TIP tells the story of two orphans who are brought up by their uncles and grandfather during the early years of Franco’s dictatorship. Fellini-lite, writes Andrew Nickolds.
Robert Guediguian salutes Cambridge as “the birthplace of Marxism” – and his film THE SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO, a drama set in the shipyards of Marseille, is vibrant with political argument.
It’s impossible not to warm to COME AS YOU ARE, which takes as its starting-point the defiant cry of “I’m not going to bloody die a virgin!” from Lars, forced into a wheelchair by terminal cancer.