THE CINEMA TRAVELLERS is bumbling and sweet, while also being a fierce tour de force of filmmaking skill, writes Emma Wilkinson.
A BRILLIANT GENOCIDE is a powerful and unusual film, writes Emma Wilkinson.
Family relationships, illnesses, the pain of adolescence and the dynamics of bullying are laid bare in ALBA.
We spoke to director Matt Sadowski about his film PRETEND WE’RE KISSING, which he refers to as a “non rom-com”.
From familial concerns in LA ISLA to alien invasion in THE LANDING: Emma Wilkinson looks at the value and dexterity of short filmmaking showcased at CFF2014.
SCHOOL OF BABEL, Julie Bertuccelli’s consideration of multicultural Paris, layers the personal stories of children newly-arrived in France.
THE HYPNOTIST draws on and explores a wide variety of taboos, creating a film that both captivates and surprises, writes Emma Wilkinson.
The legacy of colonialism is explored in N: THE MADNESS OF REASON.
Hong Khaou’s LILTING reaches an important landmark within the potentially staid coming-out story framework, writes Emma Wilkinson.
Kim Mordaunt’s THE ROCKET is an adventure set in war-ravaged Laos, seen from a feisty young boy’s point of view. Charming but predictable, writes Emma Wilkinson.