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...

Missing Link DVD Review

Laika is on fire. From its first feature Coraline in 2009, the animation studio has enjoyed a string of critical successes which, for the most part, have also been successful at the box office. The fantasy styl... Read More...

Madeline’s Madeline Review

Such is the power of Josephine Decker’s Madeline’s Madeline that it lingers in the memory long after the end credits roll. The creativity, the beauty, the humour, the passion and the chaos all contribute to ann... Read More...

Il Postino DVD Review

Jonathan Gleneadie   As Mario Ruoppolo (Massimo Troisi) cycles the streets of his small Italian island town in his ill-fitting suit, echoes of Bicycle Thieves sound from the dilapidated walls . Simul... Read More...