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LFF 2017: ‘6 Days’ Review: Dir. Toa Fraser (2017)

6 Days review: Reviewed at the 2017 BFI London Film Festival, Toa Fraser's true-life drama revolves around the real-life Iranian Embassy siege in April, 1980. 6...

Home Entertainment review: Neruda

Director: Pablo Larraín Starring: Luis Gnecco, Gael García Bernal, Alfredo Castro, Mercedes Morán With non-centrist politics and concepts of left and right starting to gain a...

Home Entertainment review: The Hippopotamus

Director: John Jencks Starring: Roger Allam, Matthew Modine, Fiona Shaw, Tommy Knight, Tim McInnerny, Russell Tovey, Emily Berrington Stephen Fry is a national treasure in our...

Sydney 2017: Roller Dreams review: Dir. Kate Hickey

Roller Dreams review: An absorbing and vibrant celebration of the 80s rolling skating/disco scene and the characters who engendered its revolution. Roller Dreams review by...

Toni Erdmann review: “Honest and bizarrely brilliant”

Toni Erdmann review: The festival favourite finally arrives in UK cinemas. The film is poignant, bizarre and brilliant. Toni Erdmann review, Dan Bullock, January 2017. Toni Erdmann...

‘The Ghoul’ review [LFF 2016]

The Ghoul review: Gareth Tunley directs an intense and visceral vision that’s both complex and exceptional. The Ghoul review by Dan Bullock, LFF 2016. The Ghoul is the...

‘Southside with You’ review: “Smart, subtle & perfectly-paced”

Southside With You review: The first of a number of planned Barack Obama biopics enters cinemas. Richard Tanne's film focusses on the POTUS' first date...

‘Blue Jay’ review [TIFF ’16]

Blue Jay review: Alex Lehmann directs Sarah Paulson and Mark Duplass in this monochrome drama which debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival, 2016. Blue...

When Two Worlds Collide review: “Powerful, unforgettable and essential”

When Two Worlds Collide review, September 2016. When Two Worlds Collide isn’t your run-of-the-mill documentary and you certainly can’t take it half-heartedly as it explores...

‘Kids In Love’ review: “A decent drama with a relaxed vibe…”

Kids In Love review: Will Poulter leads the cast of this easy going, coming-of-age drama from director Chris Foggin. Kids In Love review by Dan Bullock,...