Oscar Jelley explores the mesmerising filmography of Danish director Carl Theodor Dreyer as part of the series ‘Films in Translation’.
Jennifer Goodier looks back at the 2006 Oscar winning film Das Leben Der Anderen using it to look forwards into our future.
Joanne McNulty reviews Rose Glass’ Saint Maud, the psychological horror, briefly shown in cinemas before their recent closure.
Mitch Marshall looks at Burning, a film by South Korean director Lee Chang-dong, alongside Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite.
Leona Crawford reflects upon the cinematic viewing experience and revisits Paweł Pawlikowski’s Cold War, exploring its melancholic yet beautiful nature.
Eleanor Horton reviews David Attenborough’s A Life On Our Planet, exploring its merits as well as its shortcomings.
Charlie Croft reviews Enola Holmes, starring Millie Bobby Brown, which has recently been released on Netflix.
Ursy Reynolds looks at La haine 25 years after its initial release and reflects on what’s changed and what’s stayed the same since the film first premiered.
Gracie Bolt reviews Rocks, a coming-of-age film directed by Sarah Gavron which has recently been released in cinemas.
Tariq Sinnetamby revisits Bee Movie, exploring what makes it as, if not more, enjoyable today as it was 13 years ago. Beyond this, he looks at what guarantees the success of films aimed at children amongst maturer audiences.