Indie

  • Prevenge – Review *****

    Motherhood is a wonderful thing, or so they say –  and so it should come as no surprise that  Alice Lowe’s Prevenge is a wonderful...

  • KOZA (“GOAT”) – Review ****

    When one thinks of European Cinema, the images that pop to mind are definitely not Slovakian. In fact, it is very rare to find films...

  • Orion – Review *

    Don’t be fooled by the IMDB synopsis – Orion is everything but a post-apocalyptical sci-fi film. The second feature of director Asiel Norton, who got...

  • Touched with Fire – Review ***

    There’s nothing as crazy as two people in love – now imagine the people in question are ‘crazy’ as well. Written and directed by bipolar...

  • Chevalier – Review ****

    You may have been living under a stone and not noticing it (and by stone we mean Marvel Studios), but in the last few years,...

  • Remainder – Review *****

    Cinema has a rich and varied tradition of artists turned filmmakers, all the way from Jean Cocteau to Banksy. Ridley Scott and David Lynch were...

  • The Talk – Review *****

    There’s one day in the life of every parent that the dreaded Talk needs to happen – and if you think you know what we’re...

  • Urban and The Shed Crew – Review ***

    Based on the real-life story written by Bernard Hare, Urban and The Shed Crew is the perfect example of how a low budget film, shot...

  • The Surface – Review **

    Part of this year’s GFEST lineup, The Surface has been attracting considerable attention on the LGBT film circuit. The second feature of director Michael J. Saul,...

  • Technotise: Edit and I – Review ****

    Serbian comic artist and director Aleksa Gajic brings his comic world into the big screen with Technotise: Edit and I, a low-budget futuristic animation that...