A Girl At My Door Review

Doona Bae (Sense8, Cloud Atlas and The Host) probably the most famous Korean actress right now, is the star attraction of this quietly engaging melodrama from up and coming director-writer July Jung. Her te... Read More...

Altman Review

“Filmmaking is a chance to live many lifetimes.” So said Altman and his expansive, prolific and diverse output has lead his viewers on a rewarding journey into a variety of people’s lives, in ways which were fr... Read More...

Darling (1965) DVD Review

This 1965 British classic by John Schlesinger (Billy Liar, Far From the Madding Crowd, Midnight Cowboy, Marathon Man) celebrates its 50th anniversary with a fully restored re-release on blu-ray and DVD. And tho... Read More...

Appropriate Behaviour Review

Desiree Akhavan’s debut Appropriate Behaviour comes to cinemas after Desiree’s critically acclaimed and cult favourite funny lesbian web series The Slope

Au Revoir Les Enfants (1987) Review

This intensely personal film by revered French film director Louis Malle draws upon the directors’ childhood in a Catholic boarding school during the period of French occupation.

The National Gallery Review

Frederick Wiseman’s documentary aims to convey the painstaking work that goes into making The National Gallery what it is, and just how many wonders this institution contains.