Richie Adams’ The Road Dance is a thoughtful tale of grief and hope, as well as a visually stunning reflection of the harshness of life on the Hebrides in WW1.
Only Murders in the Building sees its central trio jumping on the true crime bandwagon, in a fun and engaging series that plants its own tongue firmly in its cheek.
Overlong, a tad pretentious and with the most terrifying supporting character of the year, Leos Carax’s Annette is a musical that falls flat.
The Beta Test is a sharp thriller from writing/directing team Jim Cummings and PJ McCabe that answers the question: what’s the harm in an anonymous one-night-stand?
Aiming its focus on child abductions in poverty-stricken South Africa, Tomasz Wysokinski’s Walk with Angels is a harrowing, compelling documentary that toys with sensationalism.
Haider Rashid’s Europa is a poignant, tense and enlightening look at the perils of migration through an intimate story about a boy from Iraq.
The stars of Irish vampire horror-comedy Boys from County Hell, Jack Rowan and Louisa Harland, discuss their involvement with the film and the excitement for its release this Friday.
Kristine Stolakis’ debut documentary Pray Away details the horror and harm inflicted by advocates of so-called conversion therapy upon LGBTQ+ people in their attempt to ‘pray the gay away’.
The feature debut of Wyatt Rockerfeller, Settlers, is an introspective character piece disguised as sci-fi, that chooses intrigue over explanation and subtlety over adventure.
An impressive remastering of Bob Clark’s Murder by Decree can introduce new audiences to the compelling intertwining of fictional and historical icons: Holmes vs. Ripper.