Polina Borisova’s Go! is an entrancingly poignant account of vanishing memories.
This kind of enigmatic theatre may appeal to the steadfast avant-garde enthusiast, but is broadly unengaging.
Tortoise in a Nutshell revive their 2012 Fringe hit to reveal a frightening vision of war.
An evening of mixed outcomes as Scrapyard and Paper Doll Militia join forces in an ‘unhinged’ showcase.
A playful yet touching piece of sensual storytelling on the euphoria – and despondency – of love.
Don Hertzfeldt’s marvellous new triptych tale gives a new face to existential angst.
A gorgeous cross-collaboration between the Netherlands, Norway and Slovenia on the importance of Gods and Myths.
Understated and pitch-perfect: a sombre work which excavates the depth of our pursuits and the value of our accomplishments.
Both a cheap porn-movie and a complex deconstruction of intimate relationships.
Authentic, sensitive and bold, but the camera fails to reproduce the heart of the original.
Crazily overlong and as desperately trashy as the horse it rode in on.
Peter Jackson is so concerned with emulating Tolkien’s world, he has neglected immersing us in the narrative.
Andrew Latimer gives the lowdown on his top ten films of 2012.
Co-writers and lead actors Steve Oram and Alice Lowe give new meaning to the phrase, ‘it’s grim up north’.
Possibly one of the dreariest stabs at Dickens in some time.
Affleck has tapped into this once classified mission with nous and creative finesse.
Quite simply, this is flawless cinema, addressing the obscurity of love and questioning the weight of its worth.
An immaculately thoughtful and cinematically gorgeous response to Hurricane Katrina.
Theatre Uncut returns to Traverse for one night only, still as involving and responsive as it was in 2011.
Gentle and truthful observation about recapturing love, life and lust.
Animation of intelligent, cherishable and erudite merit.
Irish legends Christy Moore and Declan Sinnott: pure folk’in wizardry.
Ideas of community are beautifully and darkly skewed in Morna Pearson’s new play.
Cora Bissett and David Greig’s original musical about the Glasgow Girls is a dynamic, thoughtful and fulfilling experience.