Film Reviews

Louloute - by Hubert Viel - With a dash of melancholy and a generous helping of charm, Hubert Viel smoothly blends together the colours of time, looking back over the childhood of a little girl hailing from a farming family
Louloute
by Hubert Viel
With a dash of melancholy and a generous helping of charm, Hubert Viel smoothly blends together the colours of time, looking back over the childhood of a little girl hailing from a farming family
The Barcelona Vampiress - by Lluís Danés - Lluís Danés’ historical film, which scooped the Audience Award at Sitges, excels thanks to its creative mise-en-scène and its slamming of classist abuse from last century
The Barcelona Vampiress
by Lluís Danés
Lluís Danés’ historical film, which scooped the Audience Award at Sitges, excels thanks to its creative mise-en-scène and its slamming of classist abuse from last century
The Enemy - by Stephan Streker - Stephan Streker places viewers in the position of the jury and urges us to question our inner convictions
The Enemy
by Stephan Streker
Stephan Streker places viewers in the position of the jury and urges us to question our inner convictions
Wildfire - by Cathy Brady - Cathy Brady’s drama looks at the transgenerational psychological impact of The Troubles through the tale of two Irish sisters living under a cloud of grief
Wildfire
by Cathy Brady
Cathy Brady’s drama looks at the transgenerational psychological impact of The Troubles through the tale of two Irish sisters living under a cloud of grief
Baby - by Juanma Bajo Ulloa - Juanma Bajo Ulloa continues to prove that he is clearly not an accommodating filmmaker with this daring, macabre tale completely devoid of dialogue, which you will either love to bits or detest
Baby
by Juanma Bajo Ulloa
Juanma Bajo Ulloa continues to prove that he is clearly not an accommodating filmmaker with this daring, macabre tale completely devoid of dialogue, which you will either love to bits or detest
Cross the Line - by David Victori - Mario Casas has such a bad time of it in this David Victori-helmed nocturnal nightmare that it makes Martin Scorsese’s After Hours seem like a fairy tale in comparison
Cross the Line
by David Victori
Mario Casas has such a bad time of it in this David Victori-helmed nocturnal nightmare that it makes Martin Scorsese’s After Hours seem like a fairy tale in comparison
Under the Concrete - by Roy Arida - In his first feature film, Roy Arida offers up the antithesis of The Big Blue, following a scuba diver who attempts to beat a world record in order to escape the pressure of a noxious Beirut
Under the Concrete
by Roy Arida
In his first feature film, Roy Arida offers up the antithesis of The Big Blue, following a scuba diver who attempts to beat a world record in order to escape the pressure of a noxious Beirut
Ane Is Missing - by David Pérez Sañudo - David Pérez Sañudo displays great cinematic skill, sensitivity and depth in his first full-length feature
Ane Is Missing
by David Pérez Sañudo
David Pérez Sañudo displays great cinematic skill, sensitivity and depth in his first full-length feature

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