Film Reviews

3146 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 19/10/2018. 586 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Butterfly by Alessandro Cassigoli, Casey Kauffman

19/10/2018

Alessandro Cassigoli and Casey Kauffman direct an interesting documentary about the sporting pursuits of Irma Testa – the first Italian boxer to qualify for the Olympics  

Butterfly

Butterfly

Ceres by Janet Van den Brand

19/10/2018

Dutch artist Janet van den Brand directs a beautiful first feature film with a poetic and realistic documentary about children growing up on a farm  

Ceres

Ceres

Outlaw King by David Mackenzie

19/10/2018

Scottish helmer David MacKenzie is at London with a shorter cut of his movie about how Robert the Bruce went from being an aristocratic lord to an outlaw  

Outlaw King

Outlaw King

Caisă by Alexandru Mavrodineanu

19/10/2018

Alexandru Mavrodineanu's documentary digs down to the root of endemic, countrywide issues in Romania  

Caisă

Caisă

The Fight by Jessica Hynes

19/10/2018

British actress Jessica Hynes’ directorial debut is a family drama that rolls with the punches  

The Fight

The Fight

Paper Flags by Nathan Ambrosioni

18/10/2018

At the tender age of 19, Nathan Ambrosioni directs his first astonishingly mature feature film starring Guillaume Gouix, an ex-con in search of reintegration and a sibling bond  

Les Drapeaux de papier

Les Drapeaux de papier

The Delegation by Bujar Alimani

18/10/2018

Bujar Alimani’s third feature tells the story of a universal human character and the construction of oppression through focusing on the margins of European history  

Delegacioni

Delegacioni

Licu, a Romanian Story by Ana Dumitrescu

18/10/2018

Ana Dumitrescu's winner of a Golden Dove from DOK Leipzig, which examines how a nonagenarian looks at the world, is being shown at Astra, in the Mature View thematic sidebar  

Title: Licu, o poveste românească

Title: Licu, o poveste românească

In viaggio con Adele by Alessandro Capitani

18/10/2018

Rome Film Fest's pre-opening film is an original on-the-road comedy that could have done more to embrace its autistic protagonist  

In viaggio con Adele

In viaggio con Adele

Sticks and Stones by Martin Skovbjerg

16/10/2018

Danish filmmaker Martin Skovbjerg's feature debut is an ambitious and arresting take on the impact of role models, privilege and technology on a certain type of male psyche  

Brakland

Brakland