Beautifully made, magnificently performed, and full of passion, this is a true visceral experience and one everyone involved should be proud of.
A proper crowd pleaser that’s emotionally true to itself and naturally funny on all the right beats. Out 13 August!
re is released theatrically in the UK and Ireland from 3 September 2021.
The French love story of the year, no-one makes films quite like Quentin Dupieux.
Utterly unusual, and beautifully shot, it’s the sincere lead performance that keeps you entranced….
Using the most limited resources, the small team have made a film that’s interesting and impressive, with two strong lead performances.
A 1970s-based ‘ecosophical horror’ is underway in Cornwall, with BAFTA-Winner Mark Jenkin in control…
Stelio Savante joins the huge cast for Pups Alone!
Part 2 of a selection of reviews from the Short Films I watched, as part of the The South West Filmathon Thing 2020! Discover new talent here..!
Part 1 of a selection of reviews from the Short Films I watched, as part of the The South West Filmathon Thing 2020! Much to discover…
While it doesn’t quite work as a feature length piece, Townsend’s engaging performance keeps the creepy atmosphere lingering…
Whether it’s a change of heart, a shot at redemption or just a big night out, sometimes life offers you a second chance. The real question is, will you take it?
From rewritten pasts to snap assumptions, struggling streamers to flat earth fanatics, this collection of short films looks at the world around us and asks us to change our perceptions.
A beautiful, gentle film that treats its subject matter with respect and kindness. Celeste talks of feeling closer to her mother through looking into her archive of things years after her death. She did the miles, lived the life and suffered at the will of her mother’s condition.
Somewhat unbalance but visually rather beautiful, it comes to Digital on 8 February.