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In their first feature film, Tove Jansson’s much loved Finn family Moomintrolls leave their Nordic home for the glamour of the French Riviera, with inevitably chaotic results. Xavier Picard’s adaptation of Jansson’s characters perfectly captures the innocent charm of the Moomin stories. The hand drawn animation remains true to Jansson’s illustrations in all their eccentric [...]
Mad Max Fury Road – a film where you won’t want to blink or breathe in case you miss something.
When a film that deals primarily with loss and abandonment can leave you with hairs prickling the back of your neck and a sense of feeling happy to be alive, you know you’ve stumbled across a gem. Multi-award-winning director Karim Aïnouz skilfully juxtaposes two moodily characterful landscapes in this electric, Brazilian-German story about three men [...]
The Canal is a good old fashioned ghost story with murky reflections, dirty corridors, long haired haunters and adulterous wives. Ivan Kavanagh's Irish tale follows archivist David (the incredible Rupert Evans), who lives in a beautiful old house near a canal with his wife, Alice (Hannah Hoekstra) and son, Billy (Calum Heath).
Josh Lawson's A Funny Kind of Love (internationally known as The Little Death) is a kind of romantic comedy that no one realised they wanted.
Leo Gabriadze's Unfriended is an exciting, terrifying, suspense filled ride through social media and a forerunner, promising change to the horror genre.