Tag: film-festivals

Gothic Film Festival at Leeds' Kirkstall Abbey

Four days of horror in a stunning setting...

Gone Too Far! (London Film Festival 2013) Review

An unfunny comedy about staying true to your racial roots in London

Sixteen (London Film Festival 2013) Review

A former child soldier struggles to forget the past with his new life in London

The Zero Theorem (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Terry Gilliam's dystopian sci-fi is depressing for the wrong reasons

B for Boy (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Moving drama about parenthood and class struggles in Nigeria from first-time director Chika Anadu

Side by Side (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Two children run away from home in a journey surprisingly lacking youthful spirit

Doll & Em (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Dolly Wells and Emily Mortimer co-write and co-star in an amusing, semi-autobiographical Hollywood satire

Captain Phillips (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Tom Hanks negotiates with pirates in the London Film Festival's opening gala film

Nebraska (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Alexander Payne's greyscale cinematography can't disguise a sub-sitcom script

Mistaken for Strangers (London Film Festival 2013) Review

This amusing music documentary shies away from The National, instead focusing on sibling rivalries

Ida (London Film Festival 2013) Review

A beautifully shot road trip through 1960s Poland, uncovering dark truths about the past

Kill Your Darlings (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Daniel Radcliffe brings to life a lesser-known chapter of Allen Ginsberg's childhood

All is Lost (London Film Festival 2013) Review

One man, one boat, no dialogue: the power of Robert Redford

Hello Carter (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Anthony Wilcox's uninspired debut inserts coincidences into an underwritten script

The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Even if you own an Argento boxset, this is for die-hard giallo fans only

Afternoon Delight (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Kathryn Hahn welcomes a stripper into her home, leading to a social drama with no insight or interest

The Armstrong Lie (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Alex Gibney's riveting take on Lance Armstrong is a surprisingly philosophical study of a hunger for power

The Bounceback (London Film Festival 2013) Review

An unfunny relationship comedy with a subplot involving the Air Sex World Championships

Weekend of a Champion (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Roman Polanski spends a weekend with Jackie Stewart in this digital restoration of a barely seen 1972 documentary

All Cheerleaders Die (London Film Festival 2013) Review

When the symbolism is fleshed out, that flesh is eaten with smug satisfaction. So, this is not your typical horror