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Once Upon a River

Haroula Rose
2020

Victor Fraga - 06-05-2021

Indigenous teen in search of her mother embarks on a literal and metaphorical journey with more twists and turns than the local river - in virtual cinemas and VoD on Friday, May 7th [Read More...]

Here are the Young Men

Eoin Mackell
2020

Paul Risker - 06-05-2021

In the hedonistic last breath before the tragedy of adulthood strikes, Irish teens challenge the moral authority of religion - out now on VoD [Read More...]

DANNY. LEGEND. GOD.

Yavor Petkov
2020

Jack Hawkins - 05-05-2021

Inspired by the Belgian classic MAN BITES DOG, Bulgarian mockumentary ridicules the nouveau riche of Eastern Europe - on Amazon Prime on Monday, May 3rd. [Read More...]

Cowboys

Anna Kerrigan
2021

Victor Fraga - 04-05-2021

Transgender boy finds kindness and acceptance in his clumsy cowboy father, and the two literally run away together - on Curzon Home Cinema and Digital download on Friday, May 7th. [Read More...]

Apples (Mila)

Christos Nikou
2020

Victor Fraga - 03-05-2021

As a mysterious disease leaves people amnesiac, a hapless man is left without memories and the ability to have pleasure - superb Greek movie is on Curzon Home Cinema on Friday, May 7th [Read More...]

My Octopus Teacher

Pippa Ehrlich, James Reed
2021

Agnieszka Piotrowska - 03-05-2021

A South African man who suffers a mid-life crisis rediscovering himself through his relationship with an octopus in a bay near Cape Town in South Africa - now on Netflix [Read More...]

Aviva

Boaz Yakin
2021

Victor Fraga - 29-04-2021

Bobbi Jene Smith and other dancers star in romance blending choreography and narrative wizardry; the outcome is boisterous, energetic and somewhat messy - on VoD on Friday, April 30th [Read More...]

The Virtuoso

Nick Stagliano
2021

James Luxford - 29-04-2021

The life of an assassin has never been duller, as this limp thriller clings to an Oscar winner’s involvement for some credibility - on Digital on Friday, April 30th and on DVD on Monday, May 10th [Read More...]

Truman & Tennessee: An Intimate Conversation

Lisa Immordino Vreeland
2021

Victor Fraga - 28-04-2021

Two literary geniuses shared a tender and profound friendship, while also subverting the entertainment industry in ways hitherto unthinkable - on VoD on Friday, April 30th [Read More...]

The Trial of the Chicago 7

Aaron Sorkin
2020

Ian Schultz - 23-04-2021

A group of anti-Vietnam War protesters is charged with conspiracy, in this effective yet watered-down historical drama - now on Netflix [Read More...]

Sound of Metal

Darius Marder
2020

Ian Schultz - 23-04-2021

Deep dive into the headspace of a metal drummer gone deaf, in this finely crafted American drama with an impressive sound design - now on Amazon Prime [Read More...]

The Power

Corinna Faith
2021

Paul Risker - 22-04-2021

The night shift in a near empty and crumbling hospital in 1970s' Britain is not cheapened by juvenile jump scares in this atmospherically captivating indie horror – streaming exclusively on Shudder. [Read More...]

Belly of the Mountain (Le Ventre de la Montaigne)

Stephen Loye
2021

Fabian Lemercier - 21-04-2021

Stephen Loye delivers a fascinating and very personal documentary bringing back up to the surface the many echoes of the 2015 A320 Germanwings crash in the Alps - from Visions du Reel [Read More...]

Madame Claude

Sylvie Verheyde
2021

Fabian Lemercier - 21-04-2021

Following call-girls, thugs, secret services and the fortunes of an ambitious woman, Sylvie Verheyde’s film exposes the underside of the myth surrounding "the Lady Pimp of the Republic" - available now on Netflix [Read More...]

Black Bear

Lawrence Michael Levine
2021

Charles Williams - 21-04-2021

Puzzlebox drama about a filmmaker kicking the wounds from career issues leaves the viewer feeling disorientated and yet profoundly engaged - on VoD on Friday, April 23rd [Read More...]

Firebird

Peeter Rebane
2021

David Katz - 20-04-2021

Queer love struggles to endure in Estonian director Peeter Rebane’s handsome yet generic fiction debut, set partially on a military base in Soviet-occupied Estonia [Read More...]

Communists!

Christopher Small
2021

David Katz - 20-04-2021

Welsh film programmer and critic Christopher Small makes an alluring directorial debut with this film festival-set quasi-thriller [Read More...]

Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery

Jay Roach
1997

James Luxford - 15-04-2021

James Luxford sheds a new light on the dirty comedy classic from the late 1990s, just in time for the release of its special edition on April 19th [Read More...]


Other Reviews

I Blame Society
Feminist horror comedy made on a shoestring budget is is a savage stake into the heart of faux-woke Hollywood - on Digital on Monday, April 19th [Read More...]

Promising Young Woman
Ian Schultz explains why the promising British movie isn't as groundbreaking and subversive as it purports to be - on Sky Cinema on Friday, April 16th [Read More...]

Wilderness
A jazz musician and his lover find their love affair hitting the rocks on the Cornish coast, in a captivating British drama with withs in the French New Wave and Italian Neorealism - available to stream and download [Read More...]

Minari
Melancholy study of a Korean immigrant family in the Reagan-era US is leavened by winsome performances and cinema’s cheekiest child - on VoD on Friday, April 2nd, in drive-in cinemas on Monday, April 12th and in regular cinemas on Monday, May 17th. [Read More...]

The Runner
Mother and son face each other off, in this probing American crime drama starring Elisabeth Röhm - from the London Independent Film Festival [Read More...]

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