WOMEN MAKE FILM from Mark Cousins acts as a rallying cry to acknowledge and celebrate female filmmakers all around the globe. Chris Dobson reviews.
BOMBSHELL should be celebrated for shining the spotlight on female survivors of sexual harassment. Although flawed in its execution, it is to be hoped that this film will be one of many in a long line of #MeToo era movies. Chris Dobson reviews.
Chris Dobson reviews HONEYLAND, which features in this year’s Document Human Rights Film Festival in Glasgow.
Chris Dobson reviews THE GOLDFINCH, John Crowley’s adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by American novelist Donna Tartt.
Chris Dobson reviews THE SHOCK OF THE FUTURE: a gentle and pleasant paean to a genre of music that continues to thrive to this day.
In this well-edited and entertaining documentary, Penny Lane lifts the lid on what is perhaps the strangest religion of all. Chris Dobson reviews.
Chris Dobson reviews BALANCE, NOT SYMMETRY, the new film by Jamie Adams and Biffy Clyro’s Simon Neil, at Edinburgh International Film Festival 2019.
Focus on Chile 2019 provided an excellent introduction to Chilean cinema and culture, from the repressive 1970s and 80s to the present day. Chris Dobson reviews.
Chris Dobson looks at the evolution of the record-breaking Avengers franchise through the medium of the film’s posters.
Chris Dobson reviews ÁGA, which is screening across Scotland as part of Luminate Festival 2019.