The Beast Review

2044. Years earlier, an uprising left AI in control, and humans – who are experiencing…

Sometimes I Think About Dying Review

Fran (Daisy Ridley) likes cottage cheese. And spreadsheets. And… that’s about it really. It’s not…

Glasgow Film Festival 2024: The best of the rest of the fest

Another year, another cinematic feast laid on by the Glasgow Film Festival – too many…

The Home Game – Glasgow Film Festival 2024 Review

In 1996, the small Icelandic town of Hellissandur (current population: 369) entered a team into…

Sorry/Not Sorry – Glasgow Film Festival 2024 Review

In November 2017, just one month after the news of Harvey Weinstein’s abuses broke in…

The Teacher – Glasgow Film Festival Review

Basem (Saleh Bakri) is a Palestinian English teacher, trying to shepherd his young charges through…

Bleeding Love – Glasgow Film Festival 2024 Review

There are some films that are enhanced by their stunt casting. Then there are the…

Lousy Carter – Glasgow Film Festival 2024 Review

Lousy Carter (David Krumholtz) is waiting for the doctor. When he finally turns up, he…

Perfect Days Review

It’s been more than twenty years since legendary German director Wim Wenders helmed a well-liked…

The Promised Land Review

Denmark, 1755. Retired army captain Ludvig Kahlen (Mads Mikkelsen) is granted permission from the King…

Docu-fiction at London Film Festival: Little Girl Blue and Ramona

Acting is becoming someone else and inhabiting them convincingly. Rarely do we see that process…

In Camera – BFI London Film Festival Review

Aden (Nabhaan Rizwan) is a young actor who’s been struggling through audition after audition with…