Tony Zierra’s intriguing Filmworker tells Stanley Kubrick’s assistant Leon Vitali’s story and casts a hitherto-hidden light on the great director and his working methods.
Tony Zierra’s Filmworker approaches Stanley Kubrick from the perspective of his assistant and close friend, Leon Vitali, in a well-informed and satisfyingly impartial talking-heads doc.
Sean Ellis’s gripping and gruesome Second World War thriller shines a light on a little-known true story of heroism. Anthropoid CAUTION: Here be spoilers…Read More
A visually brilliant adaptation of JG Ballard’s satire, Ben Wheatley and Amy Jump’s High-Rise seems strangely dated with its Seventies’ dystopian future.
Bold, cold and beautiful, Under The Skin is a unique and unsettling experience which defies convention from ambiguous opening to devastating denouement.
In search of lost time, Patricio Guzmán’s documentary Nostalgia For The Light is a celebration of memory, remembering the past in the Atacama Desert.
Set alight by a family tragedy, Terrence Malick’s beautiful The Tree Of Life spirals out from a son’s death into a divine celebration of life.