People For Film
Starting 3rd June The Star and Shadow will be re-opening its cinema with a blast - People For Film: a festival of films and cinematic delights chosen by local film goers.
Some Kind Of Heaven
The opening of Lance Oppenheim’s accomplished debut, a documentary about retirement community The Villages, with its shots of synchronised golf buggy
The Greek weird wave a la Yorgos Lanthimos continues with this droll and spookily prescient first feature from director Christos Nikou.
Like her previous picture ‘Mr Jones’, which profiled the Welsh journalist who unearthed the truth about the Stalin regime, Polish director Holland’s latest
Inspired by journalist Jessica Bruder’s 2017 book ‘Nomadland: Surviving America in the 21st Century’, Chloé Zhao’s third picture, a soulful and insightful study
Truman & Tennessee: An Intimate Conversation
Originally envisioned as a documentary exclusively about Capote, but revised in the event of ‘The Capote Tapes’, Vreeland’s film is a fascinating account of the forty-year-old...
Actor-writer turned director Levine’s third picture is a boldly experimental meta-tale with dashes of pitch black comedy and Lynchian dread.
Despite the potentially heady subject matter, twenty-year-old writer-director-star Lindon’s portrait of a sixteen-year-old and her relationship with a man twice her age, is a ...
Japanese writer-director Kawase’s adaptation of mystery writer Mizuki Tsujimura’s novel is a unwieldly family drama and study of motherhood with thriller and social realist el...
Sequin In A Blue Room
Shades of Gregg Araki’s neon-lit strangeness in this accomplished debut from Australian writer-director Samuel Van Grinsven, a coming-of-age tale with thriller
German writer-director Petzold reunites with the stars of his haunting existential thriller, 'Transit' for this oblique but nicely-played romantic drama, inspired by the titul...
Following the charming cats in Istanbul documentary ‘Kedi’, the latest addition to the Turkish vérité quadruped-verse is a melancholy but tentatively hopeful study of three st...
British director’s Lee’s follow-up to his feature debut ‘God’s Own County’ is another unvarnished but affecting love story, loosely inspired the life of 19th century palaeonto...