Film Reviews

3258 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 14/12/2018. 631 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Head Above Water by Margaux Bonhomme

26/11/2018

On the difficult subject of a family living with disability, Margaux Bonhomme directs a realistic and successful first feature, thanks to the film’s acting performances  

Marche ou crève

Marche ou crève

El zoo by Gemma Blasco

25/11/2018

Newcomer Gemma Blasco delivers a curve ball with this millennial theatrical drama, where moments of truth nestle among an anarchic interplay of reality and fiction  

El zoo

El zoo

Rafaël by Ben Sombogaart

25/11/2018

Amsterdam-born director Ben Sombogaart’s latest feature is a confident piece of work that attempts to tackle the refugee crisis from a very European perspective  

Rafaël

Rafaël

Sakawa by Ben Asamoah

23/11/2018

Ben Asamoah's first feature-length documentary reveals a whole industry revolving around internet dating site scams, from the perspective of the perpetrators in Ghana  

Sakawa

Sakawa

Cantares de una revolución by Ramón Lluís Bande

22/11/2018

Asturian director Ramón Lluís Bande pays homage to the workers’ uprising of 1934 through the folk songs that commemorate this turbulent time, performed chiefly by Nacho Vegas  

Cantares de una revolución

Cantares de una revolución

Hungary 2018 by Eszter Hajdú

22/11/2018

In her thrilling documentary, Eszter Hajdú tells the David and Goliath story of the 2018 Hungarian parliamentary elections  

Hungary 2018

Hungary 2018

La felicidad de los perros by David Hernández

21/11/2018

David Hernández makes his directorial debut with this portrait of the wanderings of a man in the grip of an existential crisis, filmed in black in white over three years between Galicia and Madrid  

La felicidad de los perros

La felicidad de los perros

Hamada by Eloy Domínguez Serén

21/11/2018

With a great soundtrack and lots of humour, Eloy Dominguez Serén’s feature-length debut takes us to the Sahrawi people who live in exile in the Sahara Desert  

Hamada

Hamada

Zaniki by Gabriel Velázquez

20/11/2018

Gabriel Velázquez’s film is an exploration of oral cultural transmission, portraying the close, respectful, conspiratorial and affectionate relationship between a young boy and his grandfather  

Zaniki

Zaniki

Old Boys by Toby MacDonald

20/11/2018

British filmmaker Toby MacDonald tackles the topics of “Britishness” and masculinity in his debut feature, a lightweight, comedic take on Cyrano de Bergerac, set in an all-boys boarding school  

Old Boys

Old Boys