Film Review: Wajib

Film Review: Wajib

Inspired by Palestinian tradition, Wajib, Annemarie Jacir's latest feature is a subtle yet absorbing journey across the ancient city of Nazareth that creates genuine insight and empathy for the father and son at its centre.
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Unmoored and Unrelated in Tuscany

Unmoored and Unrelated in Tuscany

Bursting with warm, sun-kissed tones and boundless blue skies, Joanna Hogg's debut Unrelated revels in the lure of an idyllic Tuscan retreat. The villa not only seems to halt space and time, like all great holiday homes, but apparently lacks any notion of consequences. For the haves, paradise is only a short-haul flight away.
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Film Review: Cold War

Film Review: Cold War

Cold War is a painstakingly-beautiful visual feast. With bold, assured filmmaking, it's no wonder PaweĊ‚ Pawlikowski won the Best Director award at Cannes.
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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.

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