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Minding the Gap

Bing Liu
2019

Ben Flanagan - 19-03-2019

Three young men find a healing tool in skateboarding for their dysfunctional family lives - documentary set in Illinois is out in cinemas Friday, March 22nd [Read More...]

A Clockwork Orange

Stanley Kubrick
1971

Redmond Bacon - 19-03-2019

As Stanley Kubrick's ultraviolent and dystopian crime thriller hits UK cinemas almost five decades after its original release, Redmond Bacon investigates what's beneath the surface - out on Friday, April 5th [Read More...]

The Crossing (Guo Chun Tian)

Bai Xue
2018

Jeremy Clarke - 18-03-2019

Border crossings of no return. A Chinese teenage girl who regularly travels from Shenzhen into Hong Kong becomes involved with a gang smuggling iPhones across the frontier - in cinemas from Friday, March 22nd [Read More...]

Breaking Habits

Rob Ryan
2019

Victor Fraga - 15-03-2019

Self-proclaimed nuns challenge the American federal establishment and old prejudices by setting up a marijuana business for medicinal purposes - in cinemas and digital HD on Friday, April 26th [Read More...]

Birds of Passage (Pájaros de Verano)

Ciro Guerra, Cristina Gallego
2019

Victor Fraga - 13-03-2019

Director of Embrace of the Serpent delivers crime drama set in Colombia of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, as indigenous traditions are quickly corrupted by the booming drug trade - in cinemas Friday, May 17th [Read More...]

Doozy

Richard Squires
2019

Ben Flanagan - 12-03-2019

Part live action, part animated! Biographical documentary Doozy offers a creative yet partial portrait of TV legend Paul Lynde - in selected cinemas across the UK from Tuesday, April 23rd [Read More...]

Loro

Paolo Sorrentino
2019

Michael McClure - 11-03-2019

Caustic and stringent satire of Silvio Berlusconi's Italy is one of the most subversive pieces of political filmmaking you will see in a long time - in cinemas Friday, April 19th [Read More...]

Under the Silver Lake

David Robert Mitchell
2019

Ben Flanagan - 10-03-2019

David Robert Mitchell's neo-noir is a surreal LA fantasy with a terrific Andrew Garfield and a problematic male gaze - in selected cinemas and streaming on MUBI [Read More...]

Benjamin

Simon Amstell
2019

Lucas Pistilli - 10-03-2019

Young filmmaker uses his own romantic life as the source material for his films, until one day one blossoming love changes the course of his career - LGBT romcom set in London is in cinemas on Friday, March 15th [Read More...]

The Prodigy

Nicholas McCarthy
2019

Michael McClure - 10-03-2019

Mommy and daddy are elated as their little son shows signs of rapid development and extreme intelligence, unaware that these are symptoms of something very sinister - in cinemas Friday, March 15th [Read More...]

Donbass

Sergei Loznitsa
2019

Victor Fraga - 09-03-2019

War is ugly and absurd! Sergei Loznitsa's twisted and grotesque allegory of the ongoing War in Donbass has good moments but lacks the lyrical genius of his previous works - in cinemas on Friday, April 26th [Read More...]

Pond Life

Bill Buckhurst
2018

Victor Fraga - 07-03-2019

A small mining village is teeming with teenage hormones, Summer dreams and real-life deceptions, in profoundly sensitive and moving drama by first-time director - in cinemas on Friday, April 26th [Read More...]

Captain Marvel

Anna Boden, Ryan Fleck
2019

Jeremy Clarke - 05-03-2019

The Marvel Cinematic Universe delivers its first film with a female protagonist, in one of the most anticipated movies of the year - in cinemas from Friday, March 8th [Read More...]

Maiden

Alex Holmes
2019

Redmond Bacon - 05-03-2019

Sailing against the current! Doc about first all-women crew of an around-the-world yacht race is an ode to female perseverance in a macho world - in cinemas Friday, March 8th [Read More...]

Your Turn (Espero tua (re)volta)

Eliza Capai
2019

Victor Fraga - 04-03-2019

Brazilian students protest and occupy hundreds of schools, demanding better public education and the end of austerity measures, in fascinating documentary about grassroots empowerment [Read More...]

The Kindergarten Teacher

Sara Colangelo
2019

Victor Fraga - 03-03-2019

Maggie Gyllenhaal delivers auspicious performance and shines, despite playing a mostly disjointed character in awkward film about a small child poet - in cinemas Friday, March 8th [Read More...]

Joni 75: A Birthday Celebration

Martyn Atkins
2019

Eoghan Lyng - 03-03-2019

Chaka Khan, James Taylor, Graham Nash and many others join forces on stage in order to celebrate a living songwriting legend - in cinemas on Thursday, March 21st [Read More...]

Fighting with my Family

Stephen Merchant
2019

Charlie Jones - 01-03-2019

Biopic of British wrestling diva Paige is effective enough even for non-fans of the sport, despite a few shortcomings - in cinemas Wednesday, February 27th [Read More...]


Other Reviews

Out Of Blue
New Orleans cop investigates the murder of renowned astrophysicist, in unconventional police procedural reflecting on trauma, memory and repression - in the Glasgow Film Festival on Wednesday and Thursday, February 27th and 28th and in cinemas from Friday, March 29th [Read More...]

Hannah
A profoundly moving Charlotte Rampling stars in bleak and brutally honest character examination set in Belgium - in UK cinemas Friday, March 1st [Read More...]

Once Upon a Time in London
British gangster movie has historical depth, but it's ultimately watered down by down by a run-of-the-mill script and countless cliches - in cinemas Friday, April 19th [Read More...]

Wall
Animated doc featuring British playwright David Hare examines the ugly wall imprisoning Palestinians, described as "the perfect crime" - in selected cinemas from February 27th [Read More...]

Alien
Ridley Scott's classic is one of the most subversive films ever made for more reasons than one, and it's getting a 4k restoration just in time for its 40th anniversary - in cinemas Friday, March 1st [Read More...]

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