SUPERNOVA offers a slow-burning character study that is as charming as it is saddening, told through standout performances by Tucci and Firth inviting you to join two lovers on their farewell tour.
The cast and the storytelling choices that director Abel Ferrara makes keep SIBERIA interesting throughout, while each narrative twist helps to give sense to some of the films more obscure elements.
HERSELF, from Phyllida Lloyd, tells the touching tale of Sandra and her journey towards the start of a better life.
The ZERO IMPUNITY movement looks to turn indignation into a weapon: “an engine of change” to challenge wartime sexual violence.
“The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmao” is about two sisters who want to be together, but outsider and insider forces attempt to keep them apart.
While the film makes use of clichés and the time travelling narrative could have been a little more original, SYNCHRONIC builds from a slow beginning to become an intense film as the plot thickens. Jasmine King reviews from LFF.
WILD AMSTERDAM gives us a high-spirited and engaging, distinctive take on Amsterdam’s wild inhabitants, where our only instruction is to observe. Courtney Ibbotson reviews.