We chat to the writer and director about her offbeat rom-com Emma Peeters
Intriguing concept spoiled by leaden writing and unforgivable narrative twist.
Culture clash rom-com is a playful and poignant delight.
Gentle character study demonstrates both poetry and promise.
Stunning invocation of an eroded livelihood and an editing masterclass.
Superior comedy drama that navigates a tonal minefield.
Dismal rock fantasy is a poor cover version of its creators’ best work.
Zombie comedy from Indie godhead is all skin and little meat.
In the first of our spotlight on Scottish acts at the 2019 Fringe we focus on a home venue, The Monkey Barrel.
Our reviewers offer their picks from the EIFF programme.
Offbeat environmental drama isn’t quite undone by its own whimsy
Largely lifeless kidnap/ slasher hybrid should have remained buried.
Beautiful criminal drama slightly let down by generic storytelling.
Typically deadpan Kiwi comedy is a good time.
Strange and stunning Estonian folk tale
We spoke to the director ahead of a nationwide tour of his film Neither Wolf Nor Dog.
Superior exploitation anthology from an extreme ground-breaker.
Ambitious mashup of low-fi post-apocalyptic drama and classic Japanese anime ultimately disappoints.
Extraordinary tale charting the recovery of one of the greats of climbing.
Brief and suitably DIY doc tells the story of punk’s female veterans
Music documentary fails to fully engage thanks to a lack of narrative.
Sweet and tender lesbian romance overcomes schematic storytelling.
Surreal and distressing depiction of grief, guilt and madness.
Ambitious but flawed take on the biographical documentary.