Any adult wanting to experience the wonder of childhood would do well not to miss these superlative works.
As everyone prepares to mourn the Titanic once again, Sarah Findlay asks: what is it that draws us into everything Titanic?
Here you’ll find the ten definitive hot-tickets of the next two weeks
Our pick of what to look out for at this year’s Italian Film Festival at Edinburgh’s Filmhouse.
Andrew Latimer looks at new issues facing filmmakers and censors in Iran.
A frank, honest portrait of romance and hardship from the slums of Cairo.
As the 65th anniversary of Frank Capra’s classic approaches, Neil McEwan looks into the film’s subtle Conservative underpinning.
AiM is back, bringing a chance to challenge any preconceived notions about African writers, directors, actors and filmmakers.
An exciting and ambitious programme of animated cinema is back in Glasgow and Edinburgh over two weekends this October.
Although the festival is over, Edinburgh is still furnished with a great deal of arts entertainment for everyone. The only thing you need to hope for is some sunshine.
A dull and quickly forgettable cinematic experience
An uneventful snooozefest
A masterful study on bullying.
90s drugs, raves, and nostalgic fashion
Survival at all costs as a group of strangers are trapped inside a nuclear bunker
Too commercialised and patronising
Plenty of weird but not enough wonderful
The benefits of controversial electroconvulsive therapy
Brimming with hot topics, a plot doesn’t get more timely than this
Learning to live after loss