Powerful and unfiltered portrayal of a community rallying together in the wake of a devastating tragedy
Once again, the National Theatre of Scotland deliver a trio of emotive, tragic, and human short pieces of theatre
A gripping courtroom drama carried by a captivating central performance
A theatrical tour-de-force portraying the adversity faced by the Windrush generation
A terrible adaptation that tarnishes its source material
Depicting the lasting legacy of the Vietnam War, and the sacrifice of Black soldiers, in a way few films have
A pertinent re-imagining of a controversial literary classic that informs and educates its audience on Europe’s colonial history
Self-isolated cast delivers excellent performances of Ian Doescher’s incongruous adaptation
An inventive recreation of a cult horror classic
An unfunny family comedy that is unsure of its audience
Depiction of fraternity and loyalty amidst football violence fails to provide any compelling drama
An utter triumph of a character study that never falters in delivering tension and anxiety
Edinburgh Playhouse comes alive with a roaring success of an adaptation
Ellie Stewart’s surrealist exploration of otherness shows promise, but a reliance on out-of-place comedy holds it back
An insightful and invigorating celebration of black culture and diversity that is both hilarious and heartbreaking
A devilish documentary rife with humour and mischief
A shallow film rife for analysis but with little actual drama
A powerful and pertinent portrayal of those who commit fraud to escape poverty in Ghana.
A frustrating, by-the-numbers horror flick that squanders its potential.
A blend of horror and fairy tale that somehow reanimates zombies into something mostly fresh.
An ode to vintage pulp science-fiction that delivers an enthralling slow-burn mystery
A disappointing film that suffers under the weight of its own melodrama
Icelandic debut about immigration and charity is a strong character piece but still feels lacking.
Gwen’s unwillingness to fully commit to its horror or drama results in a disappointing end product.