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Films / UK

Review: Amá

Review: Amá

British director Lorna Tucker’s new documentary exposes the systematic non-consensual sterilisation of Native American women by the US government  

31/01 | Films | UK

Review: All Is True

Review: All Is True

Kenneth Branagh directs and plays William Shakespeare in retirement  

21/12/2018 | Films | UK

Review: Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle

Review: Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle

British director Andy Serkis brings an innovative performance-capture technique to Rudyard Kipling’s classic tale  

07/12/2018 | Films | UK/US

Review: Colette

Review: Colette

Wash Westmoreland celebrates the French writer who shouted "me too" a century early in a film starring Keira Knightley in the lead role  

06/12/2018 | Films | UK/US

Review: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Review: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

The second episode in the spin-off saga that kicked off with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is a grand but somewhat disappointing spectacle  

14/11/2018 | Films | UK/US

Review: They Shall Not Grow Old

Review: They Shall Not Grow Old

In his new film, Peter Jackson breathes extraordinary life into archive footage of World War I soldiers on the Western Front  

09/11/2018 | Films | UK

Review: The Belly of the Whale

Review: The Belly of the Whale

Morgan Bushe’s debut feature, which echoes the best American indie films, is certainly promising and lays the foundations for his directorial career  

16/07/2018 | Films | Ireland/UK/Croatia/Slovenia

Review: Captain Morten and the Spider Queen

Review: Captain Morten and the Spider Queen

Two Estonian and one Irish director have teamed up for this stop-motion animation feature that has just had its world premiere at Animafest Zagreb  

07/06/2018 | Films | Estonia/Ireland/Belgium/UK

Review: Funny Cow

Review: Funny Cow

Maxine Peake shines as a 1970s female comedian in this film directed by Adrian Shergold  

23/04/2018 | Films | UK

Notes to My Father: The world’s first VR sex-trafficking experience

Notes to My Father: The world’s first VR sex-trafficking experience

Through exploring the relationship between a human-trafficking survivor and her father, Jayisha Patel creates an immersive experience that raises awareness in rural Indian society  

12/02/2018 | Films | India/UK/US