A bizarre black comedy by Anders Thomas Jenson, Men and Chicken plunges us messily into the grotesque underbelly of genetics. Men and Chicken CAUTION:…Read More
George Amponsah’s powerful and moving documentary The Hard Stop shows how society is still failing black youths five years the riots following Mark Duggan’s…Read More
A visually haunting meeting of souls in a country hospital, Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s Cemetery Of Splendour puts a spectacle of lights over story.
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Lorenzo Vigas’s From Afar (Desda Allá) is a mesmerisingly elliptical, tense psychological study of a dark relationship.
Florian Gallenberger’s thriller The Colony (Colonia) dramatises events following Chile’s 1973 coup.
Penélope Cruz stars as a saintly breast cancer sufferer in Julio Medem’s terminal illness melodrama Ma Ma.
An uncompromising directorial debut by author Helen Walsh, The Violators is a powerful story of teenage girls in broken Britain.
Beautiful and grotesque – director Matteo Garone’s visually stunning collection of dark fairy tales for adults Tale of Tales defies description.
In a long hot summer, a collective sexual madness grips a group of French school students in Eva Husson’s uninspired Bang Gang.
Relocating Ibsen’s The Wild Duck to the Australian outback, Simon Stone’s The Daughter remains an intense but stagey melodrama.
A delicate debut of sexual exploration and lifelong frustration, Andrew Steggall’s poetic Departure comes undone with its exquisite manners.
A stirring portrait of female freedom denied, Deniz Gamze Ergüven’s Mustang is a deeply personal story with a profound political resonance.
Despite a beautiful performance from Tom Hiddleston as Hank Williams, Marc Abraham’s I Saw The Light can’t quite lift the country music icon out of the dark.