Michel Franco’s Memory is a superb exploration of human connection after trauma, but it’s its moral gray areas that make it such a philosophically compelling film.
Zegler and Blyth shine in The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, a prequel with great worldbuilding and some storytelling issues.
Exploring consent, adulthood, and party culture, How to Have Sex does exactly what its title sets out to do: show us the difference between sex and rape.
The Boy and the Heron and All of Us Strangers explore the same specific kind of grief, delivering a devastating watch to those who experienced it.
Christos Nikou’s Fingernails fails to delve into the themes that make its premise so interesting, but it’s still an enjoyable, gripping watch.
On 7th October 2023, Loki comes to London with the TVA Experience, a pop-up adventure in your favourite locations from the Disney+ series!
The Queen of My Dreams is a charming story about love in all its forms, revolving around a mother and a daughter who have a lot more in common than they think.
Zar Amir and Selina Zahednia are superb in Shayda, playing an Iranian mother and daughter fighting to be free from their abusive husband-father.
Virtual Reality experience Tulpamancer sees an AI craft an experience for you in real-time. At Venice Immersive 2023, I discovered that I’m too cynical for it.
We interview writer-director Alix Delaporte on On the Pulse (Vivants), a film set in a newsroom that’s ultimately about family and experiencing life.