Yasmin Fedda’s powerful new documentary follows a group of Syrian women living in Jordan, displaced by the conflict in in their home country.
An exceptional coming-of-age tale set in the Italian countryside. Whimsical, humorous, atmospheric and heart-warming in equal measure.
A deeply personal exploration of accountability and the influence of the past on the present, pulling no punches in uprooting the unspoken rules which dictate our lives.
Part of an event celebrating the work of New York-based photographer Nan Goldin.
Sydney Theatre Company bring Beckett to the Barbican in a production that emphasises the comedic aspects of the play.
A double screening of Samuel Beckett’s only screenplay and a documentary about the playwright’s life and works.
The David and Goliath story of the Northern Ireland football team’s trip to the 1986 World Cup, and what it meant to the people back home.
Nicola Macdonald sits down with The Goob director Guy Myhill and newcomer Liam Walpole to talk Norfolk, fight scenes and escaping fate.
A talented cast, exhilarating soundtrack and inspired setting make this coming-of-age story an intriguing watch.
A Holocaust survivor becomes her own imposter in this German-language exploration of denial, forgiveness and the pursuit of happiness.
The story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons is a slick and energetic show with an extremely talented cast.