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Sydney 2018: ‘In The Aisles’ Review: Dir. Thomas Stuber

In the Aisles In the Aisles Review: A tenderly captured love letter to the workplace, to mundanity and to real moments of normalcy. In the...

Sydney 2018: ‘Dressage’ Review: Dir. Pooya Badkoobeh (2018)

Dressage Review: Pooya Badkoobeh's directorial debut is a compelling character study that avoids clichés. Dressage review by Dan Bullock, June 2018. Set in the suburbs of Tehran, Dressage...

Sydney 2018: ‘Holiday’Review: Dir. Isabella Eklöf

Holiday Review: Masochistic and visually confronting, Isabella Eklöf’s gangster moll tale is 88-minutes of unfulfilled potential. Holiday film reviewed by Awais Irfan. The warm beaches and lively Summer...

Sydney 2018: ‘A Mother Brings Her Son to be Shot’ Review:...

A Mother Brings Her Son to be Shot Review: Sinéad O’Shea presents a first person perspective on the brutal consequences of paramilitary punishment shootings...

‘Ghost Stories’ Review: Dirs. Andy Nyman, Jeremy Dyson (2018)

Ghost Stories review: Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson bring a version their acclaimed stage show to the screen - a spectacular, nerve-shredding, scream-inducing horror experience. Ghost...

‘3 Days In Quiberon’ Review: Dir. Emily Atef (2018)

3 Days In Quiberon review: Emily Atef's portrait of the French-German film star Romy Schneider during three days at a five-star health resort in...

‘The Breadwinner’ Review: Dir. Nora Twomey (2018)

The Breadwinner review: Unmissable Oscar-nominated animation. The Breadwinner review by Freda Cooper. Through western eyes, it’s hard to believe that, in the so-called modern world, a...

‘Pope Francis – A Man Of His Word’ Review: Dir. Wim...

Pope Francis A Man Of His Word review: Wim Wenders directs this engaging though ultimately shallow documentary that swerves away from pressing issues - though...

‘Rafiki’ Review: Dir. Wanuri Kahiu (2018)

Rafiki review: Wanuri Kahiu directs this adaption of the 2007 short story about the love between two teenage girls in small-town Kenya. Rafiki review by...

‘Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist’ Review: Dir. Lorna Tucker (2018)

Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist review: Following its Sundance 2018 debut, British audiences get the change to peek into the life and career of one...