Brian Knappenberger's The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz, is the most important, profound and urgent documentary you are likely to watch this year.
One of the most acclaimed horror films of 2013, comes from a pair of filmmakers who hit the international circuit a few years back with the release of their films Rabies. Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado return with the often funny, stomach turning, Big Bad Wolves.
Seth Fisher's Blumenthal received it's UK premiere during the UK Jewish Film Festival 2013. This dark comedy follows a family in mourning after it's highly successful playwright patriarch dies unexpectedly. We had time during the festival to catch up with Fisher and chat about his feature length debut.
In Hello I Must Be Going, Lynskey plays the opposite, as the recently divorced Amy who moves back home to her parents after she loses everything including her sanity.