This bruising New Zealand-set drama, set over a thirty-year period, chronicles three stages in the life of Danny, a white Kiwi from a middle-class family who becomes a member ...
British writer-director-star Omoshaybi’s feature debut is both a sombre social realist-style depiction of two twentysomethings struggling to make ends meet and stay on track i...
Released over here presumably to coincide with the twentieth(!) anniversary of Matthieu Kassovitz’s incendiary ‘La Haine’, Lady Ly’s 2018 debut feature...
Made, remarkably, with a crew consisting of at-risk sixteen-twenty year olds from impoverished communities around Brazil, as part of a project supported by UNICEF...
Thanks to their considerable commercial success and a heavily-invested online fanbase, the release of a Christopher Nolan picture always comes with high expectations.
This undemanding and fairly rote but nonetheless breezy French odd couple comedy drama is elevated by its central performances.
A psychological thriller that also serves as a political allegory, Iranian-born, Montreal- based filmmaker Foroughi’s striking debut feature, chronicles a troubled teenage sch...
Matteo Garrone’s live-action adaptation of Carlo Collodi’s 1883 much-loved book takes the tale back to its dark folksy roots.
Stay In Lock Down: Invite The Living Dead
Gail-Nina Anderson draws the curtains on the world.
Something Of The Night About Them
Director Nicholas Ray’s debut feature film was 1948’s ‘They Live by Night’, which detailed the doomed romance of two twenty-somethings. It’s being released on Blu-ray this mon...
On Your Marks, Get Set, Blow
First shown in 1968 ‘The Year of the Sex Olympics’ is one of the most original pieces of television drama ever broadcast and it’s getting released on DVD in April.
So Long, My Son
The third foreign language masterpiece of recent months alongside ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’ and ‘Parasite’, writer-director Wang ‘Beijing Bicycle’ Xiaoshuai’s panoramic and...
Writer-director Nora Fingscheidt’s feature length fiction debut, and Germany’s entry for best foreign picture at this year’s Oscars, is an intense, bruising realist drama.