Hirokazu Koreeda turns to Europe for a French-language family drama with comic undertones that spans the generations in The Truth.
Paul Schrader’s gripping First Reformed links spiritual and physical torment to the environmental threat to the future of the earth.
Aisling Walsh’s biopic inspires a transcendent performance from Sally Hawkins as Nova Scotian folk painter Maudie.
Dog and Wolf review coming soon. Maudie is released on 4 August 2017 in the UK.Read More
How the Obamas became the Obamas – Richard Tanne’s Southside With You is a charming biopic of their first date. Southside With You CAUTION:…Read More
Postmodern and Tarantino-esque, Antoine Fuqua’s remake of the Western classicRead More
Robert Budreau’s Born To Be Blue showcases Ethan Hawke as the tormented jazz trumpeter Chet Baker in a fictionalised biopic. Born To Be Blue…Read More
What happens when you realise your husband is perfect for his ex-wife? In Rebecca Miller’s screwball New York romcom Maggie’s Plan, life doesn’t always…Read More
Beautifully shot in black and white, Pawel Pawlikowski’s Ida leads us on a meaningful road trip into a dark night of the Holocaust, Catholicism, and jazz.
Richard Linklater’s intimate portrayal of growing up is an intoxicating combination of humour, melancholy and unbridled hope that will mean something to everyone.
Masculinity takes charge in today’s Berlinale selection, starting with Ning Hao’s No Man’s Land – a Chinese Western of silent, bone-crunching machismo as a…Read More
Relationships laid bare on a Greek island, Richard Linklater’s Before Midnight seduces with its beauty, intelligence and wit. But is this love?
Filmed in French, English and Polish, Pawel Pawlikowski’s The Woman In The Fifth offers a uniquely European look at love, literature and lunacy.