Joe De-Vine hopes that this dazzling double-bill of MARIUS and FANNY will delight and surprise audiences as much as it did him.
This film with its climatic violence but redemptive message shows that serious social issues can be portrayed in comical ways, says Mike Levy.
Kim Pearce reviews this fascinating documentary and concert film giving insight into the life, death and family of singer-songwriter Kate McGarrigle.
There are impressive elements to Thomas Arslan’s GOLD, even if they don’t quite work together as often as they should, writes Dan Harling.
THE GREAT HIP HIP HOAX – two Scots remaking themselves as Californian rap duo – is a mild indictment of the artificiality of modern music, writes Jim Ross
There is a joyful rhythm to this documentary on flamenco singer Enrique Morente despite its self-congratulatory tone, writes Hannah Clarkson.
I don’t scare easily and I am probably the least superstitious person I know. I do not believe in ghosts, ghoulies or things that go bump in the night (barring peckish urban foxes). I take a dim view of the chance that paranormal beings exist in our reality and of those who seek to convince … Continue reading The Paranormal Diaries: Clophill
“You can’t plough a field by turning it over in your mind”. DUMMY JIM is inspired by Scottish author and long-distance cyclist, James Duthie.
Even in the depths of the monarch’s decadence and detachment from reality, LUDWIG is always a sympathetic character, writes Owen Baker.
HANNAH ARENDT is a film populated with deep thinkers, academics and journalists, but only a few express their passions believably, writes Mark Liversidge.