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August: Osage County

A tragic but entertaining family drama based on Tracy Letts’ 2008 Pulitzer Prize winning play.


Dustin Hoffman’s directorial debut is a finely-crafted, comedic meditation on the process of aging and the redemptive power of art

Interview: Isabel Mendes

Festival director of Africa in Motion (25 Oct-2 Nov) speaks to us about how African art has skyrocketed over the last ten years.

Hospitalité (Kantai)

Rare cinematic experience which concerns itself with the humdrum of family life and what it takes to destroy it.

Dogwoof: May Docs

Dogwoof’s dynamic May season of documentaries spotlights some attention on the lesser known activities from around the world.

Interview: FrightFest

Greg Day, Paul McEvoy, Alan Jones and Ian Rattray speak to us about what FrightFest is really like at the GFF.

It’s a Wonderful Life

As the 65th anniversary of Frank Capra’s classic approaches, Neil McEwan looks into the film’s subtle Conservative underpinning.

GFT: November

It’s all about love at GFT this November, whether it be obsessive, maniacal or nostalgic.

Africa in Motion

AiM is back, bringing a chance to challenge any preconceived notions about African writers, directors, actors and filmmakers.