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Miss Juneteenth follows a young mother as she tries to help her daughter be successfully crowned this year’s ‘Miss Juneteenth’, a title she once held herself. Turquoise is a fighter, ...

I have been quietly but eagerly awaiting I’m Thinking of Ending Things since the trailer was released earlier this summer. A melancholy piece about breakups, an all star cast and ...

A new short film releasing on demand on 21 st August, We Die Alone takes an uncomfortable look at modern dating, the difficulty of human connection and our pre-determined judgements ...

A film about first love and dying of cancer – Babyteeth sounds like another YA romance filled with earnest sentiment and cute tropes, instead we get a film that feels ...

A Beanie Feldstein led coming of age film centered around her love of music? It should be a perfect film for me, but after seeing the trailer a few months ...

The Story of Plastic is an enlightening documentary that has been running as part of the Sheffield Doc Fest 2020 line-up. The documentary takes a sweeping look at the man-made ...

Following Amadi, a musician from Lagos who travels to São Paulo to search for his missing older brother, Shine Your Eyes captures beautiful imagery but fails to capture the emotion ...

Considering the Flint water crisis has been in the news for over 5 years now you’d be forgiven to think the situation has been resolved. Anthony Baxter’s new documentary Flint ...

From IMDb: When carefree Nyles and reluctant maid of honor Sarah have a chance encounter at a Palm Springs wedding, things get complicated as they are unable to escape the ...

Short film ‘Isle of Us’ was made by NFTS graduate Laura Wadha and is part of the official Sheffield Doc Fest selection for 2020. In 2015, Syrians were being relocated ...

Receiving it’s UK premiere at Sheffield Doc Fest, Shut Up Sona is part of the Rhyme & Rhythm strand in the 2020 festival. Shut Up Sona follows musician Sona Mohapatra ...

I accidentally stumbled in to a screening of Waiting for the Barbarians during the press screenings at last year’s London Film Festival. I’d completely forgotten about it until the trailer ...

As Pride month comes to a close, I wanted to highlight a wonderful documentary focusing on the subject of Trans identity that I watched earlier this year. Jack and Yaya ...

I am going to preface this review by stating that I was definitely not sober when watching the film, nor whilst writing the review, but I LOVED Netlfix’s Eurovision Song ...

We Are One: A Global Film Festival is a free 10-day online festival, exclusively on YouTube, born out of the idea that the film community can come together in times ...

We Are One: A Global Film Festival is a free 10-day online festival, exclusively on YouTube, born out of the idea that the film community can come together in times ...

As we continue on in our strange new world, the internet and its various streaming services continue to provide us with welcome distractions to the outside world. Over the last ...

Portrait of a Lady on Fire is difficult to discuss, because until you have seen Céline Sciamma’s masterpiece of film-making, it’s impossible to understand the simplistic beauty of the piece. ...

Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist is one of the new shows from NBC’s 2020 slate. Debuting at the start of the year in the US, here in the UK we’ve been a ...

Pretty much wherever you are in the world, you’re spending far more time at home than ever before. Here in Kent, we’re on lockdown so I’ve been streaming up a ...