Film Review: Sauvage

Film Review: Sauvage

Camille Vidal-Naquet's debut, Sauvage, presents an empathetic window on to the lives of sex workers; confronting the viewer with this often forgotten domain.
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Film Review: RBG

Film Review: RBG

In RBG, filmmakers Betsy West and Julie Cohen assemble a love letter to the beacon of equality; carefully deconstructing the icon to reveal the person beneath.
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Film Review: América

Film Review: América

The most striking aspects of quietly-captivating documentary, América, are the feelings contained within the light and warmth epitomising the family's life.
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Seeing Between the Frames

We love cinema that captures the nuances of the everyday, that allows itself the time to observe but can spring to life with the tiniest camera movement or gesture.

We believe unique and meaningful voices can come from anyone, anywhere, and seek films that express marginalised and often ignored experiences of the world, formally and through narrative.

We champion filmmakers who ask their audiences to see between the frames, to discover new aesthetics and empathise with diverse stories that explore what it means to be human.

Through film curation and critical analysis, we hope to create spaces for audiences to engage with innovative and exciting cinema.

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