It took me a while to discover the wonderful world of cinema, but once I did, everything just fell into place.
With the world getting stranger and scarier by the day, Glossary Of Broken Dreams could have been a useful resource — a helpful primer when current
Oscar Wilde enthusiasts won't get too much out of Al Pacino's Salomé films, though Jessica Chastain fans will want to check them out to
Whilst there are some scenes in 12 Days that make you wonder what director Raymond Depardon is trying to say, for the most part
Sentimental and surprising, gorgeous and gory; watching them one after another it's impossible not to be struck by the talent on show. Here's
The Boy Downstairs might be much more adept at comedy than romance, yet first-time writer-director Sophie Brooks tells her story with appealing simplicity, and
David Heinz's excellent debut American Folk is an ardent plea for togetherness in a divided world. Aided by his leading actors, talented cinematographer, and
Extensive research has been undertaken to produce this documentary, The Politics of Hate, on the re-emergence of the far right. Unfortunately, nothing within feels
Perfect Bid doesn't overstay its welcome, it's warmly presented, and offers up some interesting behind-the-scenes insights into one of the world's most famous game
While produced with sumptuous care, Youth's Spielbergian desire to over-sentimentalise every scene makes it more frustrating than affecting.
Princess Cyd is a low-key marvel; a warm-hearted examination of the ways that we relate to one another whilst dealing with our differences.