Thomas Wasn't Alone
Good news, even if it took a long time in coming
A man with the heart of a nation
George A. Romero's 'forgotten' features are well worth a look.
A message of compassion from international filmmakers
An ambitious political crime thriller which recalls the strength of Italian cinema in the genre
Everyone's favourite coalition leader is returning to our screens...
Lock up the streets and houses, because the revolution's here...
Raoul Peck takes Sokurov's film version of Adolf Hitler's regime and applies it to contemporary Haiti.
Paolo Sorrentino, director of The Consequences of Love, is back with another flawed but enigmatic character, this time the real-life Italian politician and statesman Giulio Andreotti.
Otar Iosseliani's absurdly comic touch is applied to the world of politics, when a government minister falls from power and tries to recover meaning in his life. Noel Megahey reviews Artificial Eye's DVD.