In Mumbai, in Ritesh Batria’s The Lunchbox, a typical lunchbox accidentally delivered to the wrong person leads to a touching romance by correspondence between two lonely people.
Insightful and provocative, Laura Poitras’ firsthand account of the days preceding Edward Snowden’s explosive revelations is quietly momentous and powerful.
Set to a pulse-pounding soundtrack, Girlhood encapsulates the careless, giddy energy of teendom, but much like its protagonist, is a little confused with its…Read More
Carell, Ruffalo and Tatum are a stellar triumvirate in this unsettling and bone-chillingly creepy true story.Read More
Mommy by Mark Wilshin Returning to the subject of his first film I Killed My Mother, Xavier Dolan’s Mommy describes the tempestuous relationship between…Read More
Phoenix by Mark Wilshin Loosely based on extracts from Hubert Monteilhet’s Le Retour Des Cendres, Christian Petzold’s Phoenix plays a dangerous game with its…Read More
Leviathan Moving from vast vistas of Russia’s frozen North into an isolated parable of one man, ex-soldier and handyman Kolya (Aleksey Serebryakov) as he…Read More
In The Basement by Mark Wilshin Nothing makes Austria more terrifying than the films of Ulrich Seidl, and none more so than In The…Read More
Testament Of Youth by Mark Wilshin Following his previous film The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister, James Kent returns with a fully fledged…Read More
The Wonders by Mark Wilshin Following a farming family living on the brink of bankruptcy, Alice Rohrwacher’s The Wonders is a social realist study…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
War Book by Mark Wilshin Every year the British Government spend three days simulating a national response to the outbreak of nuclear war. Civil…Read More
Wild by Mark Wilshin Much like John Curran’s Tracks at last year’s London Film Festival, Jean-Marc Vallée’s Wild follows one lone woman Cheryl Strayed…Read More
An excellent Argentine selection box of intricate short stories; crazy, caustic, and ingeniously clever.Read More