Though the film is well crafted, the crucial ingredients of mischief and wild imagination are missing.
Featuring arresting imagery and music, this follow up to Mountain carries a strong environmental message.
A British true story captures the spirit of the great Ealing comedies.
Kenneth Branagh’s evocation of his life as a boy during Northern Ireland’s Troubles is a triumph.
Featuring an exquisite performance by Renate Reinsve, this romantic drama is a complex tragicomedy.
A first-class reading will have you falling in love with Bohème all over again.
Opera di Roma’s riveting, genre-defying production is made for this age and is one for the ages
This outback family adventure story turns the Crocodile Dundee fish-out-of-water story inside out.
In a personal documentary David Gulpilil looks back at his life and screen career.
The performances are marvellously subtle but the film often feels soporific.
Docudrama on rural nomads taps into the Steinbeck tradition.
Even Kate Winslet fails to fire in this slow, miserable film.
Lisa Gasteen and a cast of young singers offer unprecedented insight into the world of opera in this must-see documentary film.