A universal tale of grief and loss in which a young couple fear their dreams may be be taken from them.
It’s business as usual with another King’s panto but sadly something feels a bit off.
A Palme D’Or winning, raw and tender look into the ferocious young love of two women.
Campillo’s slow-burner doesn’t pay off but does offer up some interesting concepts.
A raw and muted look into mental trauma from the eyes of the sufferer and the wider community.
Beautifully capturing the pain Alzheimer’s inflects not only on the sufferer but those around them too.
National Theatre of Scotland offers up a Christmas show leagues ahead of the rest.
Business as usual as the King’s serves up another cracking panto.
The Lyceum’s Christmas offering should tick all the boxes but something’s fundamentally wrong with the text.
Rona Munro on how far female playwriting has come over the last 30 years ahead of a new adaptation of Iron at the Traverse.
Aberdeen Performing Arts’ production, while visually impressive, fails to explore the religion and redemption of the original text.
A film that is sure to unsettle but it does so in the most subtle and stunning ways.
A thoughtful investigation into the shifting paradigms surrounding women in society.
Petzold’s film is certainly a slow burner, but for those patient viewers he rewards them with an emotional payoff.
This is an exceptionally inspiring story of human friendship.
A crucial and informative study of the practical approach to preventing maternal deaths.
The mastery of this piece is in the enigmatic ordinariness of falling in love.
Miriam Margolyes’ character drama reignites a love of Dickensian literature.
Wyler’s menacing and maddening thriller is undoubtedly layered, but also provides very little closure.
Rare cinematic experience which concerns itself with the humdrum of family life and what it takes to destroy it.
The Zellner brothers explore adolescence in typical destructive black comedy style.
A fairly introverted realisation of a worthy philosophical text.
Isabel de Ocampo’s debut feature is a traumatic examination of human trafficking.
The execution of Sánchez’s new Blair Witch-esque horror is far too clumsy.