Remembering the people who lost their lives in the Grenfell Tower fire on 14 June 2017.
“Sound was such an amazing resource to portray the invisible horror”: Manuela Martelli on 1976
Screened as part of the First Feature Competition at the 66th BFI London Film Festival, Manuela Martelli’s debut feature is a remarkable addition to Chile’s groundbreaking film movement of the recent years.
Silent Land: a daring drama about holidaying and white guilt
Polish director Aga Woszczyńska debuts with an authentic feature that's a powerful rumination on moral principles.
Berlinale 2022 review: Rewind & Play
Alain Gomis’ portrait of composer and jazz musician Thelonious Monk is a clever comment on shallow media.
Art roundup 2021 – London and Athens edition
My year in 10 art exhibitions and films.
IWOW: I Walk on Water
Khalik Allah's latest documentary project has the rhythm of a long-needed mixtape.
10 +1 great films in a year of crisis
We look into how it has come about this year – big and small screens, and festivals.
Top 10 art exhibitions of the global pandemic year 2020
Art that had a silver lining in 2020 – a once-in-a-century year of pandemic challenge.
10 +1 highlights from the BFI London Film Festival 2020
A list of film discoveries to celebrate the 2020 LFF, the highest in attendance on record.
The year in 11 films: 2019
Cinema in 2019 was punk, powerful and passionate. It was difficult to limit my list down to 11 films but after long thinking, I chose the ones that found a pulse inside the film theatres this year. Plus what to expect in 2020 and a wildcard. The Souvenir Dir. Joanna Hogg Joanna Hogg’s powerful semi-autobiographical… Continue reading The year in 11 films: 2019
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