Held together by Seydoux’s graceful and subtle performance, Bruno Dumont’s FRANCE slips between France’s confidence and doubt, often within the same scene, letting these conflicts linger.
Posy Dixon’s portrait is one of a kind soul, blessed with a talent that seems both refined and spiritual. It’s an honour to spend time with him. Scott Wilson reviews.
Not only is I AM GRETA reason to care about the climate crisis, but also the need for accountability. Scott Wilson reviews.
A film for dreamers who believe everything will fall into place, and who have heard their hearts broken because falling into place at the right time takes more than dreaming. Scott Wilson reviews.
For some, the film’s stylistic choices will be insurmountable. But stick with it, and KAJILLIONAIRE has a big, nurturing heart; one that invites us to laugh about the messiness of families.
With something to say about our relationship with our abilities, there’s more to PERFUMES than meets the, well, nose. Scott Wilson reviews.
Director Matt Wolf’s documentary about the ill-fated Biosphere 2 project. Scott Wilson reviews.
The story of Nicholas van der Swart – a young closeted gay man, conscripted for the South African Defence Force – is one of repressive aggression.
There’s an audience out there who will be utterly allergic to everything about STRAIGHT UP, whether it’s the film’s aesthetics, its bordering-on-quirky characters, or its open mind (ok, boomer). But those reasons are exactly why even more will find a lot to love about it.
The world of LUZ: THE FLOWER OF EVIL, is defined by this dichotomy of good and evil, which often comes less from a place of faith and more from patriarchal madness. Scott Wilson reviews.