Brad Pitt stars as a war-weary tank commander in a gruesome Second World War movie that is unflinching in its visceral battle scenes.
Every dog will have his day – and at the LFF 2014, they did. Several days. And very many dogs, as those who saw White God can confirm.Read More
Fury by Alexa Dalby Brad Pitt stars in a gruesome Second World War movie with an ultra-high body count scripted and directed by David…Read More
My Old Lady by Alexa Dalby Kevin Kline shines as Mathias (Jim) Gold, a boorish American in Paris, just short of his 57th birthday….Read More
A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night by Alexa Dalby The title implies a female in danger but this film reverses those expectations. The…Read More
The Keeping Room The Keeping Room is an unbearably suspenseful feminist revision of the siege story, overturning our expectations by varying the power dynamics…Read More
Rosewater by Alexa Dalby In US satirist Jon Stewart’s clever debut as director and co-screenwriter, Mexican Gail Garcia Bernal stars in the true story…Read More
A Hard Day by Alexa Dalby For Police Detective Ko (Korean star Seon-gyun Lee), it’s been one of those days – and nights. Speeding…Read More
Exposing India’s labyrinthine judicial system, Chaitanya Tamhane’s debut feature Court brings a slow dread to the impossibility of justice.
Pasolini by Alexa Dalby Expect darkness and fireworks from Abel Ferrara’s thought-provoking biopic (with a fabulously diverse soundtrack) of the last 24 hours in…Read More
Mr Turner Mike Leigh’s dazzling biopic of one of Britain’s most celebrated and controversial artists, JMW Turner, in the last 25 years of his…Read More
A sumptuously shot, intelligently-scripted drama about the ill-matched marriage of critic and artist John Ruskin and the much younger, beautiful Effie Gray.
Hockney by Alexa Dalby Hockney is the definitive biography of Britain’s most influential and popular contempory artist. For the first time, David Hockney has…Read More
Björk Biophilia Live by Alexa Dalby A film of Björk’s live stage show that formed part of her multimedia Biophilia project, these 97 minutes…Read More