Three Identical Strangers
This documentary about three identical twins, Bobby Shafran, Eddy Galland and David Kellman, who were separated at birth then later reunited in the early 80s, belongs alongsid...
Sorry to Bother You
Hip-hop artist turned writer-director Boots Riley’s hotly anticipated (in some quarters) political satire is just as unhinged and bonkers as mooted. The currently ubiquitous S...
White Boy Rick
Based on a true story this crime drama about a disreputable blue-collar Detroit-dwelling dad and his son unfolds during the height of the 80s war on drugs, where desperate pol...
Marvel’s Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N
Fans of the Marvel Comic Universe series of films, who happen to be in That London between this December and April 2019, are in for a treat with the Marvel’s Avengers S.T.A.T....
The late, great Harry Dean Stanton gets a fitting send-off as the titular irrepressible small-town-dwelling old codger in this elegiac but whimsically amusing character study ...
Attention local filmmakers!
Sunderland Shorts returns once again in May 2019 – hooray! – and they’re now open for submissions of short films from around the region.
Another year, another masterly humanist picture from prolific Japanese writer-director Kore-Eda. This Palme d’Or winner sees him returning to his pet subjects: family relation...
Writer-director Laurent Cantet returns to the classroom setting of his 2008 masterpiece docudrama ‘The Class’ with similarly involving results. The excellent Marina Foïs is Ol...
Mike Leigh’s most ambitious film to date marks the bicentenary of the Peterloo Massacre, when the cavalry charged 60,000 peaceful protestors in St Peter’s Field, Manchester. I...
A big screen reworking of Lynda La Plante’s 1980s TV series may seem a left field choice for artist-turned-auteur director Steve McQueen, but this ambitious and sprawling, if ...
Luca ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Guadagino’s remake of Dario Argento’s 70s shocker trades the lurid fever dream quality of the original for a more densely themed but problematic ap...
This charming animation from Japanese writer-director Mamoru Hosada tells the hugely rewarding story of a headstrong tot who learns to adapt to what seems a catastrophic chang...
For this affecting and darkly humorous character study, Italian director Garronne returns to the scuzzy, heightened social realism of his most celebrated work, crime picture ‘...