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Border Review: A dive into human morality and the struggle of belonging

Marrying the ideas of fitting in as an outcast and the intrigue of finding your tribe, Ali Abbasi’s Oscar nominated and award-winning film adds a fresh spin to the concepts of self...

Claire’s Camera Review: Putting the lens on Cannes

In the midst of awards season, with the Oscars just around the corner, there could not be a better time to watch Claire’s Camera, Hong Sang-Soos’s self-mocking retrospective on the...

Fauve Review: A meditation on innocence and power

A naive children’s game catapulted into the realms of the terrifying, Jeremy Comtés award-winning short-film and Oscar nominated Fauve is a refreshing take on the fragility of chil...

Marguerite Review: A loving LGBT tale of a woman making peace with her past

In her Oscar nominated short film, Marguerite, writer-director Marianne Farley makes us confront our own preconceptions about the elderly and their relationship with love, in a hea...

Glass Review: M. Night Shyamalan up to his old tricks

It’s all very well having an idiosyncratic style, be it through quirky dialogue, a distinct visual language, or repeat casting of the same actors. But with the success of The Sixth...

Madre Review: A terrifying glimpse into a mother’s ordeal

Most would call it a mother’s worst nightmare, but that clichéd phrase doesn’t really do justice to the gut-wrenching fear evoked in Rodrigo Sorogoyen’s short film Madre (Mother). ...

Chuchotage Review: A mesmerising marriage of comedy and tragedy

In the build up to the 2019 Academy Awards, we look at one of the shortlisted films in a hotly-contested Best Live Action Short Film category. In Hungarian director Barnabas Tóth’s...

Review – The Meg

Jason Statham wrestles a great white on steroids in The Meg, and takes absolutely no regard for science in the process. But honestly, who cares?

Review – Mission Impossible: Fallout

As ridiculous as they come, Mission Impossible: Fallout is utterly ludicrous and absolutely predictable, but it's still riotously good fun.