Rome, Open City Review

You see, Roberto Rossellini’s Rome, Open City arrives with quite the pedigree. It has been lauded by Martin Scorsese as being ‘the most precious moment of film history” and was even awarded the Grand Prix at the 1946 Cannes Film Festival.

Lone Survivor Review

“You’re never out of the fight,” Marcus Luttrell (Mark Wahlberg) reminds his remaining comrades deep into their deathly confrontation with Taliban members in the Afghan mountains. An audience is bound to unders... Read More...

The Gatekeepers Review | Jewish Film Festival 2013

The Gatekeepers is one of those important, very serious documentaries, which come along rarely and reveals a history, which has been closely guarded for years. The importance of a documentary like The Gatekeepers is illustrated by its nomination at this year's Academy Awards, in the Best Documentary section, only losing to Searching For Sugarman.

Berlin 36 DVD Review

This film offers up a slice of history that acts as a microcosm of what was happening at the time in Nazi Germany and sets a precedent for things to come.
The Act of Killing

The Act of Killing Review

The winner of the coveted Special Jury Prize at this year’s Sheffield Doc/Fest, The Act of Killing is full of contradictions and bizarre reality as old mass murderers cheerfully recreate their grizzly killings.