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London Indian Film Festival: Meet the Patels Review

Sibilings and co-directors Geeta and Ravi Patel decide to document the latter's dating life as he decides to accept help from his parents in finding a partner.

London Indian Film Festival: Court Review

Chaitanya Tamhane delivers a witty satire of India's legal system.

London Indian Film Festival: Banished (Nirbashito) Review

An account of Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasrin's exile in Sweden, directed by Churni Ganguly

London Indian Film Festival - Labour of Love (Asha Jaoar Majhe) Review

Bengali-language film Labour of Love features in the London Indian Film Festival

The Voices Review

Ryan Reynolds stars as Jerry, a small-town murderer who converses with his cat and dog...

Timbuktu Review

Abderrahmane Sissako's Cannes-awarded feature depicts life in the city under the rule of a fundamentalist group.

Listen Up Philip Review

Alex Ross Perry directs Jason Schwartzman, Jonathan Pryce and Elizabeth Moss in this tale of literary egos

Accidental Love Review

With a nail stuck in her head, and no health insurance, Alice is running out of options...

Jurassic World Review

More dinosaurs, more park, more Jurassic: Colin Trevorrow directs the franchise's sequel.

The Tribe Review

A unique and brutal sign-language film

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night Review

A young vampire haunts the street of a small Iranian town

Mad Max: Fury Road Review

A superb performance from Theron and spectacular, gripping car chases in this beautifully feminist film.

Girlhood Review

Girlhood is an evocative depiction of teenage life and friendship in one of Paris' deprived suburbs.

The Falling Review

Carol Morley's school drama is a compelling concept with sturdy acting work, but its delivery is disappointing.

A Pigeon Sat On A Branch Reflecting On Existence Review

A profound and sad meditation on human life, this film grouping a series of excellent sketches will appeal to patient viewers.

Jauja Review

Lisandro Alonso's Western Jauja has stunning scenery and solid acting, but its plot fails to captivate

In Order of Disappearence Review

In Order of Disappearance is a dark, absurd, and highly entertaining Scandinavian crime comedy

Indian Summers

Indian Summers is an excellent, subtle show, dealing with complex personal and political themes as the British rule begins to lose grip in India.

Mommy Review

In his fifth feature, twenty-five year old Canadian director Xavier Dolan raises the question: How much must a parent give to a child before they are allowed to give up?