Jordan’s Cake is a message of hope to families with children on the spectrum, which also has the potential to completely challenge the contemporary misconceptions of children with autism.
Walk With Me is a self-exploratory treat, that is so poignantly paced you can immerse in every breath, twig snap, boot in the dirt, beat of the drum and birdsong.
With a name like Bong of the Living Dead, I didn’t anticipate more than stoner slapstick to the horror-comedy but thankfully this indie film delivered much more.
In a bold move Pyewacket writer and director Adam Macdonald creates a contemporary score that bleeds pure deviant angst
Intense, interesting and always surprisingly different.
It plays on this fear of bittersweet, gut-ripping nostalgia perfectly whilst being pretty silly but who doesn’t like silly things?
Martin Koolhoven’s inexplicable feminist masterpiece with all the blood, gore and pistols of your traditional westerns.