Film Reviews

7036 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 28/05/2024. 752 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Elementary by Claire Simon

28/05/2024

CANNES 2024: Claire Simon’s latest documentary is an energetic survey of an archetypal Parisian junior school  

Apprendre

Apprendre

Abortion Dream Team by Karolina Domagalska

27/05/2024

Karolina Domagalska’s documentary highlights the impact of the eponymous Polish abortion rights group working in a fraught legal framework  

Abortion Dream Team

Abortion Dream Team

My Sunshine by Hiroshi Okuyama

27/05/2024

CANNES 2024: This likeable film by Hiroshi Okuyama lacks bite, but it will make you want to put on your old skates again – if you manage to find them, that is  

Boku no o-bi-sama

Boku no o-bi-sama

Ernest Cole, Lost and Found by Raoul Peck

27/05/2024

CANNES 2024: Raoul Peck’s rousing documentary eulogises the famed South African photojournalist and chronicler of apartheid  

Ernest Cole, Lost and Found

Ernest Cole, Lost and Found

The Most Precious of Cargoes by Michel Hazanavicius

25/05/2024

CANNES 2024: Michel Hazanavicius delivers a jewel of animation, modest, poignant and profound, about the topic of the death camps always extremely delicate to represent  

La plus précieuse des marchandises

La plus précieuse des marchandises

Plastic Guns by Jean-Christophe Meurisse

25/05/2024

CANNES 2024: Jean-Christophe Meurisse’s third feature is a farcical retelling of real-life events that leans heavily on macabre humour  

Les Pistolets en plastique

Les Pistolets en plastique

A Fireland by Mona Convert

25/05/2024

CANNES 2024: It’s a pyrotechnics paradise in Mona Convert’s experimental feature debut, set amidst the Landes forest in Nouvelle-Aquitaine  

Un pays en flammes

Un pays en flammes

September Says by Ariane Labed

25/05/2024

CANNES 2024: Ariane Labed adapts Daisy Johnson’s coming-of-age novel Sisters into one of the year’s finest directorial debuts  

September Says

September Says

To a Land Unknown by Mahdi Fleifel

25/05/2024

CANNES 2024: Mahdi Fleifel’s second feature is a migrant drama steeped in empathy, boasting an uncompromising lead performance by Mahmood Bakri  

To a Land Unknown

To a Land Unknown

The Seed of the Sacred Fig by Mohammad Rasoulof

25/05/2024

CANNES 2024: Iranian filmmaker Mohammad Rasoulof helms a remarkable political film about the feminist revolution in his country through the carefully scripted misadventures of a small family  

The Seed of the Sacred Fig

The Seed of the Sacred Fig

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