Aquarela Review

With nothing other than photography of water in all it’s myriad forms, Victor Kossakovky delivers a masterful if experimental documentary of this one part of the natural world. So much more than the sum of its ... Read More...

Meeting Gorbachev Review

There are few with the poise and authority to interview a giant of 20th Century international politics but Werner Herzog is just the man to interrogate the final president of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev... Read More...

LFF: Coup 53 Review

A bizarre execution of form blunts the undeniably potent content of Taghi Amirani’s documentary about the Iranian Coup of 1953. A methodical, hand-held beginning gives way to the injection of a stream of archiv... Read More...