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Films / 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

Starline walks down the aisle with The Marriage of Reason and Squalor

Starline walks down the aisle with The Marriage of Reason and Squalor

Film marks debut of Turner Prize nominated Jake Chapman of The Chapman Brothers  

01/12/2015 | Films | UK

Tell Spring Not to Come This Year: A vital addition

Tell Spring Not to Come This Year: A vital addition

The documentary by Saeed Taji Farouky and Michael McEvoy reminds you how flawed most Western journalism is  

13/11/2015 | Films | UK