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Films / UK

Review: The Belly of the Whale

Review: The Belly of the Whale

Morgan Bushe’s debut feature, which echoes the best American indie films, is certainly promising and lays the foundations for his directorial career  

16/07 | Films | Ireland/UK/Croatia/Slovenia

Review: Captain Morten and the Spider Queen

Review: Captain Morten and the Spider Queen

Two Estonian and one Irish director have teamed up for this stop-motion animation feature that has just had its world premiere at Animafest Zagreb  

07/06 | Films | Estonia/Ireland/Belgium/UK

Review: Funny Cow

Review: Funny Cow

Maxine Peake shines as a 1970s female comedian in this film directed by Adrian Shergold  

23/04 | Films | UK

Notes to My Father: The world’s first VR sex-trafficking experience

Notes to My Father: The world’s first VR sex-trafficking experience

Through exploring the relationship between a human-trafficking survivor and her father, Jayisha Patel creates an immersive experience that raises awareness in rural Indian society  

12/02 | Films | India/UK/USA

Early Man by Nick Park enters the fray

Early Man by Nick Park enters the fray

Aardman's latest animated film takes place in prehistoric times, with a football match between the Stone Age and Bronze Age civilisations  

06/02 | Films | UK

Suggs: My Life Story: Madness, they call it gladness

Suggs: My Life Story: Madness, they call it gladness

British director Julien Temple’s new music documentary is a touching portrait of Madness frontman Suggs  

17/01 | Films | UK

Brakes: Breaking up is never easy

Brakes: Breaking up is never easy

Comedian Mercedes Grower’s debut film received a Special Mention at the Edinburgh Film Festival and is now on release in the UK  

24/11/2017 | Films | UK

Behind the Random Denominator: Your number’s up

Behind the Random Denominator: Your number’s up

This horror debut – which recently had its world premiere at the Haapsalu Horror and Fantasy Film Festival in Estonia – plays with the clichés of the genre to present a puzzle box of a film  

15/05/2017 | Films | Estonia/UK/Belgium

Butterfly Kisses: A difficult theme wrapped in a dreamy atmosphere

Butterfly Kisses: A difficult theme wrapped in a dreamy atmosphere

After winning the Crystal Bear at Berlin, Rafael Kapelinski’s feature debut had its Italian premiere at the Lucca Film Festival of European Cinema  

14/04/2017 | Films | UK

The Open: Finding purpose in an age of extinction

The Open: Finding purpose in an age of extinction

Budding filmmaker Marc Lahore combines a post-apocalyptic world with a sports drama, creating an imaginative survivor’s tale  

29/07/2016 | Films | France/Belgium/UK