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Interview

Bernard Rose

“Everything we do now in the future will be regarded as early cinema.” We chat with the Candyman director about new film Samurai Marathon and his career in the industry.

Edinburgh Filmhouse

1917

An epic soundtrack and Mendes’ stunning single-shot style elucidates the horrors and humanity of WWI

New Releases

Edinburgh Filmhouse

1917

An epic soundtrack and Mendes’ stunning single-shot style elucidates the horrors and humanity of WWI

Edinburgh Filmhouse

Jojo Rabbit

Nazi-bashing romp is as silly and serious as life itself

Edinburgh Filmhouse

Citizen K

Missed opportunity in the moral maze of oligarchy

Edinburgh Filmhouse

The Kingmaker

Fascinating cinema verité documentary which deconstructs corruption

Edinburgh Filmhouse

Honey Boy

Shia LaBeouf makes a stunning comeback in one of the year’s finest

DVDs

Congo

An occasionally compelling if ultimately unsatisfying re-telling of true events.

Guardians

Debut filmmakers show impressive skills with shoestring budget but over-egg the inanity

Now, Voyager

Campy, well-crafted 24 carat weepie from Hollywood’s Golden Age

Edinburgh Filmhouse

Joker

Todd Phillips captures lightning in a bottle with Joker

Prey

Some good ideas and performances wasted in a bog-standard horror film

Apollo 11

A stunning documentary celebration of one of mankind’s greatest achievements

Nightbreed

Clive Barker shows us where the monsters live in dark fantasy