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Second Thoughts (Ich Ich Ich)

Zora Rux
2021

Justin Khoo - 16-10-2021

A failed marriage proposal stunt unleashes a number of unexpected events on a young German couple, in this exquisite debut feature - from the Raindance Film Festival [Read More...]

Benedetta

Paul Verhoeven
2021

Dan Meier - 15-10-2021

Talk about a dirty movie; sex and violence abound in Paul Verhoeven’s lesbian nun odyssey, loosely based on a real-life story - from the BFI London Film Festival [Read More...]

Father of Flies

Ben Charles Edwards
2021

Anton Bitel - 14-10-2021

British horror wilfully disorients viewers with a tightly structured script, and a little dash of Tobe Hooper's Poltergeist - from Grimmfest [Read More...]

Ali & Ava

Clio Barnard
2021

Dan Meier - 13-10-2021

Clio Barnard's new drama illustrates the contrasts, the conflicts and also the joys of a multiracial couple in Bradford - from the BFI London Film Festival [Read More...]

The French Dispatch

Wes Anderson
2020

Ian Schultz - 13-10-2021

Wes Anderson's star-studded anthology film is a complex and delightful ode to journalism, and it may require a few viewings in order to unpack all the references - from the BFI London Film Festival [Read More...]

Inexorable

Fabrice du Welz
2021

Dan Meier - 12-10-2021

Belgian voyeuristic thriller excels in cinematography, while also slipping into worn-out cliches of women and mental illness - from the BFI London Film Fstival [Read More...]

Babi Yar. Context

Sergei Loznitsa
2021

Dan Meier - 11-10-2021

The enfant terrible of Ukrainian cinema crafts a historical documentary raising questions about Jews erased from history and complacence - from the BFI London Film Festival [Read More...]

Shepherd

Russell Owen
2021

Dan Meier - 10-10-2021

The disturbed mind of man driven mad by guilt on a ravaged island unspools like reams of wool, in this atmospheric British horror - from the BFI London Film Festival [Read More...]

Cow

Andrea Arnold
2021

Dan Meier - 08-10-2021

Andrea Arnold seeks pastures green in this genuinely mooo-ving documentary about the cruel routine of milk cow Luna - from the BFI London Film Festival [Read More...]

La Veronica

Leonardo Medel
2021

Truls Rostrup - 08-10-2021

Chilean director takes a very dark look behind the facade of a manipulative social media celebrity - from the Taipei Film Festival [Read More...]

Bull

Paul Andrew Williams

Eoghan Lyng - 06-10-2021

Seemingly missing for 10 years, the titular animal is back in town-and this time he wants revenge on his ex-girlfriend's dad - from the BFI London Film Festival [Read More...]

No Time to Die

Cary Joji Fukunaga
2021

Eoghan Lyng - 02-10-2021

Retired from Her Majesty's Secret Service, James Bond is called back into duty when he uncovers a plot that could wipe out mankind - in cinemas on Thursday, September 30th [Read More...]

Terrorizers

Wi Ding Ho
2021

Justin Khoo - 28-09-2021

Taiwanese drama morphs from deceptively simple teen melodrama into something far more complex - from the Toronto International Film Festival [Read More...]

The Souvenir: Part II

Joanna Hogg
2021

Victor Fraga - 26-09-2021

Joanna Hogg continues her highly autobiographical meditation on filmmaking and grief to outstanding results - from the BFI London Film Festival [Read More...]

Las Leyes de la Frontera

Daniel Monzón
2021

Victor Fraga - 26-09-2021

Unimaginative Spanish gangster thriller boasts a very large budget and very little edge - from the San Sebastian International Film Festival [Read More...]

Delicious (Delicieux)

Éric Besnard
2021

Victor Fraga - 26-09-2021

Food becomes a proxy for the French Revolution, in this tasty and easily-digestible drama closing the San Sebastian International Film Festival [Read More...]

The Storage (Sa Wa Liu Tang De Fang Xiang)

Danyan Chen
2021

Victor Fraga - 25-09-2021

Yugonostalgia through in eyes of the East: Chinese filmmaker investigates how to safely store collective memory - from the San Sebastian Film Festival [Read More...]

Everything Went Fine (Tout S’Est Passe Bien)

Francois Ozon
2021

Victor Fraga - 25-09-2021

Francois Ozon's new film about medically assisted suicide is quietly tragic and moving - at the San Sebastian Film Festival [Read More...]


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Between Two Worlds (Ouistreham)
A famous writer seeking inspiration starts a new life as a cleaner in Normandy - auspicious little drama starring Juliette Binoche shows at the BFI London Film Festival [Read More...]

Who’s Stopping Us (Quien Lo Impide)
Exquisite blend of fiction and documentary peeks into the lives of inspiring Spanish teens, and it has a refreshing message of hope -from the San Sebastian Film Festival [Read More...]

The Eyes of Tammy Faye
Biopic of gay-friendly and subversive televangelistic fallen from grace reveals a woman defined by faith, wealth and controversies - from the San Sebastian Film Festival [Read More...]

Undercover (Enquete Sur Un Scandale d’Etat)
An informant turns against his narcotics officer, in French dialogue-intensive political thriller questioning the ethics of the "war on drugs" - live from the San Sebastian International Film Festival [Read More...]

The Grandmother (La Abuela)
Old woman left catatonic by a devastating stroke terrifies her doting granddaughter, in this brilliantly subtle and beautifully elegant horror from Spain - from the BFI London Film Festival [Read More...]

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