Film Reviews

Sleep - by Michael Venus - In Michael Venus’ feature debut, whatever you do, don’t… fall… asleep. And this time, Freddy Krueger has nothing to do with it
Sleep
by Michael Venus
In Michael Venus’ feature debut, whatever you do, don’t… fall… asleep. And this time, Freddy Krueger has nothing to do with it
The Wanderer - by Miguel Mejias - Miguel Mejías’ first feature film adopts an intimate and reflective tone in a tale of a thirty-year-old entomologist’s journey north in search of identity
The Wanderer
by Miguel Mejias
Miguel Mejías’ first feature film adopts an intimate and reflective tone in a tale of a thirty-year-old entomologist’s journey north in search of identity
Tout Simplement Noir - by Jean-Pascal Zadi, John Wax - Jean-Pascal Zadi and John Wax deliver an energetic and politically incorrect comedy, mixing together political engagement and offbeat humour, about the place of black people in French society
Tout Simplement Noir
by Jean-Pascal Zadi, John Wax
Jean-Pascal Zadi and John Wax deliver an energetic and politically incorrect comedy, mixing together political engagement and offbeat humour, about the place of black people in French society
Into Dad's Woods - by Véro Cratzborn - Véro Cratzborn’s first feature film follows in the footsteps of a teenage girl reluctantly entering into adulthood while facing up to her father’s madness, a condition she finds impossible to express
Into Dad's Woods
by Véro Cratzborn
Véro Cratzborn’s first feature film follows in the footsteps of a teenage girl reluctantly entering into adulthood while facing up to her father’s madness, a condition she finds impossible to express
The 8th - by Aideen Kane, Lucy Kennedy, Maeve O'Boyle - The documentary, directed by trio Maeve O’Boyle, Lucy Kennedy and Aideen Kane, focuses on the recent “Repeal the 8th” campaign in Ireland and opened this year’s Galway Film Fleadh
The 8th
by Aideen Kane, Lucy Kennedy, Maeve O'Boyle
The documentary, directed by trio Maeve O’Boyle, Lucy Kennedy and Aideen Kane, focuses on the recent “Repeal the 8th” campaign in Ireland and opened this year’s Galway Film Fleadh
Breaking Surface - by Joachim Hedén - Sweden’s Joachim Hedén presents his first genre film - claustrophobes beware!
Breaking Surface
by Joachim Hedén
Sweden’s Joachim Hedén presents his first genre film - claustrophobes beware!
Malmkrog - by Cristi Puiu - BERLINALE 2020: Cristi Puiu opens the Berlinale's new competitive section Encounters with what might be his least accessible and most cerebral film
Malmkrog
by Cristi Puiu
BERLINALE 2020: Cristi Puiu opens the Berlinale's new competitive section Encounters with what might be his least accessible and most cerebral film
The Best Years - by Gabriele Muccino - Gabriele Muccino homes in once again on his beloved middle-class characters, confirming his filmmaking skill and directorial prowess with a story about love and friendship over the course of 40 years
The Best Years
by Gabriele Muccino
Gabriele Muccino homes in once again on his beloved middle-class characters, confirming his filmmaking skill and directorial prowess with a story about love and friendship over the course of 40 years

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The Salt of Tears - by Philippe Garrel - BERLINALE 2020: In his usual personal style — romantic, bare and suggestive — Philippe Garrel intertwines a discovery of the different facets of love with a father-son relationship
The Salt of Tears
by Philippe Garrel
BERLINALE 2020: In his usual personal style — romantic, bare and suggestive — Philippe Garrel intertwines a discovery of the different facets of love with a father-son relationship
La lista de los deseos - by Álvaro Díaz Lorenzo - Starting off in Seville and ending up in the Moroccan desert, this road movie heads south, steering clear of sentimental short cuts to remind us that we should live every single moment to the full
La lista de los deseos
by Álvaro Díaz Lorenzo
Starting off in Seville and ending up in the Moroccan desert, this road movie heads south, steering clear of sentimental short cuts to remind us that we should live every single moment to the full
How to be a Good Wife - by Martin Provost - A nicely packaged comedy from Martin Provost on the serious subject of female emancipation, starring an irrepressible Juliette Binoche who tutors perfect future homemakers
How to be a Good Wife
by Martin Provost
A nicely packaged comedy from Martin Provost on the serious subject of female emancipation, starring an irrepressible Juliette Binoche who tutors perfect future homemakers
The Good One - by Vincenzo Marra - Vincenzo Marra exposes the underbelly of the football world and the buying and selling of young talent in this bittersweet comedy, one of the first Italian films to hit re-opened cinemas
The Good One
by Vincenzo Marra
Vincenzo Marra exposes the underbelly of the football world and the buying and selling of young talent in this bittersweet comedy, one of the first Italian films to hit re-opened cinemas
Perfumes - by Grégory Magne - Grégory Magne signs his name to a film full of charm and great humanity, focused on the unexpected coming together of two characters who are both in difficulty, but are ultimately poles apart
Perfumes
by Grégory Magne
Grégory Magne signs his name to a film full of charm and great humanity, focused on the unexpected coming together of two characters who are both in difficulty, but are ultimately poles apart
Undine - by Christian Petzold - BERLINALE 2020: The latest effort by Christian Petzold, which is competing for the Golden Bear, is a love story with a mystical twist but will leave your eyes dry
Undine
by Christian Petzold
BERLINALE 2020: The latest effort by Christian Petzold, which is competing for the Golden Bear, is a love story with a mystical twist but will leave your eyes dry
The Death of Cinema and My Father Too - by Dani Rosenberg - CANNES 2020: Tick-tock, stop the clock! Just like Fats Domino, in his debut feature, Dani Rosenberg tries to freeze time
The Death of Cinema and My Father Too
by Dani Rosenberg
CANNES 2020: Tick-tock, stop the clock! Just like Fats Domino, in his debut feature, Dani Rosenberg tries to freeze time
Love Affair(s) - by Emmanuel Mouret - CANNES 2020: Emmanuel Mouret trials and skilfully succeeds at a new recipe for decrypting the complexity of the love choices we make, a very subtle exploration awarded the Official Selection Label
Love Affair(s)
by Emmanuel Mouret
CANNES 2020: Emmanuel Mouret trials and skilfully succeeds at a new recipe for decrypting the complexity of the love choices we make, a very subtle exploration awarded the Official Selection Label
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