COUNTY LINES is a rare opportunity to see a work of unfiltered experience taken from years of work on the front lines of social care.
ROCKS presents a microcosm of the benefits of such a melting pot of cultures, and gives us hope for the future. Gabriel Farrell reviews the opening film of Cambridge Film Festival.
Everywhere you look in the film there is quality – acting, writing, directing, cinematography and on and on – there is no weak link here. Gabriel Farrell reviews CALM WITH HORSES at BFI London Film Festival.
THE PEANUT BUTTER FALCON raises important issues and also provides a feel-good vehicle to a great new talent in Zack Gottsagen to shine through. It succeeds in evoking both the spirit and the essence of its core inspirations, Mark Twain in particular. Gabriel Farrell reviews at LFF.
Gabriel Farrell reviews HOMELESS ASHES, which gives a face, a name and a story to a person in a class of society often ignored, in the hope that it might shine a light on the topic and humanise these people we pass every day.
SANDPAPER is a taught, tense, uncomfortable, nails-on-a-chalkboard type of film that is also a tight, well-paced, excellently executed example of psychological horror. Gabriel Farrell reviews at Raindance 2019.
MASTERS OF LOVE is solid proof that, even with a concept as well-trodden and seemingly passé as this, when a group of talented people come together with the right energy and intentions, they can create something that feels fresh and original. Gabriel Farrell reviews at Raindance 2019.
The bond between two womencrackles with a pure, genuine quality in Benjamin Kasulke’s BANANA SPLIT.
Andrew Gibson’s GUTTERBUG is a sweaty, bloody, dirty mosh pit of a film that pulls no punches, writes Gabriel Farrell.
“A great British road movie, reminiscent of the Coen brothers at their best…” Gabriel Farrell reports back from Woods Hole Film Fest.