Sebastián Lelio’s Disobedience is an unorthodox love story set within the constraints of an Orthodox Jewish community.
The Desert Bride (La Novia del Desierto) is a charming Argentinian road move about a late-life blossoming.
Filmed at home with friends and family, Trey Edward Shults’ Krisha is a Cassavetes-style portrait of recovery and addiction. And much more than a home video.
Despite a promising concept of heavenly screenwriters, Sabu’s Chasuke’s Journey ends in an occasionally visually arresting but hare-brained disappointment.
In black and white or riotous colour, here’s a quick look back over the best and worst films of 2013 and a sneak preview of the movies to watch out for in 2014.Read More
Taking on the world one man at a time, Sebastián Lelio’s Gloria is a glorious look at a woman giving up on love.
The 57th London Film Festival 2013 by Mark Wilshin We’ve travelled the ocean’s waves, gone back in time, into outer space and all across…Read More
After yesterday’s Don Jon, the sex continues. And most explicitly with Abdellatif Kechiche’s Blue is The Warmest Colour – the Palme d’Or winner at…Read More
With a jury headed up by Wong Kar Wai, the 63rd Berlin Film Festival rewards Eastern Europe, female protagonists and male directors. Eastern Promise…Read More