Reviews Archive

  • Little Feet is the new micro-budget feature from Alexandre Rockwell, which looks at the resilience and creativity of children dealing with life's challenges.

    Little Feet

    Little Feet is the new micro-budget feature from Alexandre Rockwell, which looks at the resilience and creativity of children dealing with life's challenges.

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  • The myth of a mysterious creature inhabiting the Woodhouse Nature Reserve has a profound effect on the lives of several Londoners in this fast-paced modern fairytale.

    Woodhouse

    The myth of a mysterious creature inhabiting the Woodhouse Nature Reserve has a profound effect on the lives of several Londoners in this fast-paced modern fairytale.

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  • Shift is a beautifully choreographed dance-journey, showing an office worker escaping into his mind to an ever-changing score.

    Shift

    Shift is a beautifully choreographed dance-journey, showing an office worker escaping into his mind to an ever-changing score.

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  • EWE is a surprisingly considered study on government surveillance, told through a collection of immaculately
arranged still images.

    EWE

    EWE is a surprisingly considered study on government surveillance, told through a collection of immaculately arranged still images.

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  • Pain-stakingly stop-motion animated over a period of four years, Junk Head is a post-apocalyptic, post-human short film full of pathos and crazy creatures.

    Junk Head

    Pain-stakingly stop-motion animated over a period of four years, Junk Head is a post-apocalyptic, post-human short film full of pathos and crazy creatures.

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  • Make Your Maker is a rich and vibrant short film about consumer culture, the metaphor taking on a visceral literality as a woman eats her own clone. But in a fun way!

    Make Your Maker

    Make Your Maker is a rich and vibrant short film about consumer culture, the metaphor taking on a visceral literality as a woman eats her own clone. But in a fun way!

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  • No Robots is a drama about discrimination and presumption in a neo-Expressionist future. Mistaken identities, robots and fascism create an unexpectedly touching film.

    No Robots

    No Robots is a drama about discrimination and presumption in a neo-Expressionist future. Mistaken identities, robots and fascism create an unexpectedly touching film.

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  • Streets of Rage is an adaptation of an Israeli comic by writer Etgar Keret. The film utilises fundamental comic book elements to explore what it means to be ordinary and aspire to something greater.

    Streets of Rage

    Streets of Rage is an adaptation of an Israeli comic by writer Etgar Keret. The film utilises fundamental comic book elements to explore what it means to be ordinary and aspire to something greater.

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  • Strong imagery and surrealism pull against mystery in Gareth Roberts’ The Last Walk, a dark and oppressive film about guilt.

    The Last Walk

    Strong imagery and surrealism pull against mystery in Gareth Roberts’ The Last Walk, a dark and oppressive film about guilt.

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