Maite Alberdi’s nuanced documentary is refreshing and non-patronising glimpse into the lives of people with Down’s Syndrome.
A haunting teenage odyssey set on the streets of Manila, Eduardo Roy Jr’s Ordinary People is a humanist drama imbued with a deep compassion for people living on the margins.
Some of the creative team behind THE MIGHTY BOOSH take on ’80s television tropes in this hilarious and refreshingly original comedy.
Bleed for This
Ben Younger’s by-the-numbers boxing tale sports a lacklustre script and a frustrating representation of its female characters.
Benedict Andrews’ feature film debut is a morally complex story of unresolved childhood trauma and shifting power dynamics anchored by an inscrutable performance from Rooney Mara.
ARMI ALIVE!, an intricately constructed character study of Marrimekko founder Armi Ratia, succeeds when it has us in its grasp, falling into the layers of story upon story, draping over us like the elegant fabrics of Marimekko
Young Sophie Bell
YOUNG SOPHIE BELL is a perfect Instagram feed of a film – sights and sounds doused in pretty colours, all style and no substance.
In Stereo, Jürgen Vogel’s Eric lives a simple life, his days revolving around repairing bikes, wooing his single-mother girlfriend Julia (Petra Schmidt-Schaller) and playing dad to her adorable daughter, Helena (Helene Schönfelder). Also, Eric sees things. Namely, a hooded figure whose shrouded face is the epitome of ominous mystery. Eric sees the man atop a caravan driving