Bodkin Ras

March 6, 2017

Set in a remote Scottish town, Bodkin Ras is a 21st century reimagining of the stranger in a foreign land concept. In this case, the stranger is the eponymous Bodkin (Sohrab Bayat), a mysterious young […]


February 28, 2017

The Romanian New Wave is perhaps the most exciting and important subgenre to have emerged in the modern era of cinema. Spurred on by a discontent with Romania’s failure to move on from the nepotistic […]

Free Fire

February 27, 2017

Ben Wheatley is fast becoming a Glasgow Film Festival favourite as, after the Scottish premiere screening of the bold and subversive High Rise at the event last year, he returns in 2017 with his latest film; Free […]

Berlin Syndrome

February 26, 2017

Based on the book with the eponymous title written by Melanie Joosten, Berlin Syndrome is a nail-biting psychological thriller, an interesting and raw film, despite it’s central overused theme of perfect-guy-turned-psycho and it’s stereotypical male-female […]

Salt and Fire

February 20, 2017

Herzog’s narrative filmmaking has always been something of a mixed affair, and this is no exception. At turns astonishingly beautiful and deeply weird, ‘Salt and Fire’ careens from the sublime to the ridiculous that creates a […]

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