FrightFest 2016: The Love Witch Review

Anna Biller follows Viva with the insatiable, seductive and haunting The Love Witch. Partly an exploration of the sexploitation genre, mixed with elements of the mythic, the supernatural, 1960's pulp novels, the gothic and everything in between - The Love Witch is a film with bite and leaves the audience reeling by the end.

Tickled Review

David Farrier and Dylan Reeve's Tickled is a once in a lifetime story, which the pair followed up and took the distance, even when all the odds seemed against them.

The Childhood of a Leader Review

Brady Corbet's directorial debut, The Childhood of a Leader is in part based on Jean-Paul Sartre's short story The Childhood of a Leader and John Fowles's 1965 novel The Magus.

Black Review

Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah's moving and provocative, Black, takes the tale of Romeo and Juliet and moves it to current day Brussels.