The Burning Review

Pablo Fendrik's The Burning is an extraordinarily beautiful piece of cinema; stunningly captured, delicately acted and grippingly written.

58th BFI London Film Festival Debate Talk with Jon Stewart + Maziar Bahari

The 58th BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express® is pleased to confirm the addition of a Screen Talk to the Festival Events programme, with The Daily Show host Jon Stewart and political journalist Maziar Bahari discussing the important roles of journalism and satire in upholding freedom of speech.

Who Is Dayani Cristal? Review

Whilst recently there has been an onslaught of films, which have used true stories as its basis to discuss emigration (The Golden Dream, Leave To Remain), Who Is Dayani Cristal? is the most recent high profile documentary, which looks at those in Central and South American as well as Mexico who are constantly everyday trying to find a better life for themselves and their families by crossing the border illegally into North America.

Casa de mi Padre – DVD Review

It is safe to assume that many people aren't that familiar with Spanish language day time soap operas. Certainly, UK audiences may only be familiar with the concept thanks to a running joke in the TV series Arr... Read More...

Even The Rain Review

It's always refreshing to see a film with a moral conscience that poses relevant, pressing questions – it is doubly different and exciting to see a film that points the questioning finger at the film itself. ... Read More...