The Look of Silence is essentially about the silence surrounding the Indonesian genocide in Indonesia itself. A mature dialogue between the victims and the perpetrators is the only way forward, but as the film shows, this is not the easiest of tasks.
The legacy of Roman Polanski’s Chinatown hangs heavily over Chinese director Diao Yinan’s latest film Black Coal, Thin Ice. Beyond
Watching a film like Timbuktu, it’s an interesting exercise to imagine what the film would look like if it was
Any documentary purporting to give new life and a previously unexplored insight into an icon’s life and work is met
After the release of his first feature Pilgrim Hill, set around the life of a bachelor farmer in rural Ireland,
Because the tone is so well maintained throughout and because it is just so damned entertaining, Wild Tales is one mad joyous burst. In cinemas 27 March 2015.
As possibly the last film from Studio Ghibli that will ever have a cinematic run on these shores, we couldn’t have asked for a greater send off to studio that has itself brought so much beauty and joy into the world. In cinemas 27 March 2015.
The deceivingly good cast may make you venture out to see The Gunman, but try to resist the urge.
what’s clear is that Dolan, about to hit the age of 26, is one of the few directors currently working who can be considered a true experimenter. In cinemas 20 March 2015.
As a first-time feature film director, it should come as no surprise that Daniel Wolfe’s upcoming debut Catch Me Daddy