Made of Stone

The Stone Roses’ Made of Stone Review

The world premiere of The Stone Roses' documentary Made of Stone was an emotional affair. Although there is plenty of live footage it is not a concert film, expect a typical Shane Meadows story of life, love and music.

I Am Nasrine Review

Written and directed by British/Iranian film-maker Tina Gharavi, this beautifully shot film about an Iranian girl who is forced to flee Iran and start a new life in the north-east, is a low-budget success story.

The Spirit of ’45 Review

The Spirit of ’45, Loach’s most comprehensive documentary of the British working class struggle to date, is a fierce and impassioned celebration of workers’ power and the possibility of collective organisation to ensure services are delivered for people and not profit. Using interviews and archive footage – public information films, news bulletins, footage of election campaign speeches etc – Loach weaves together a narrative that explains how Britain utterly transformed itself after the Second World War.