This film gives great insight to the lives of people with disabilities. The stories shared and vulnerable places people go to create a deep sense … Read more
This 15th century English morality play has been adapted into a dynamic and vibrant version for a new generation of theatre-goers, and also transformed … Read more
From the same production company that had cinemas screaming in fear with Paranormal Activity and Insidious comes the latest found footage style fright fest: The … Read more
Set in November 1939, this WWII drama is the incredible true story of George Elser, a German who attempted to assassinate Adolf Hitler, one of … Read more
Dino (Bianca Kronlof) is a 23-year-old lady who crosses the border to Oslo, the capital of Norway, in order to escape the unemployment and insecurity … Read more
This Italian comedy-drama is insightful and showcases the activities of the Sicilian Mafia and its lingering effects on the local community.
Set in Palermo, Sicily, … Read more
Russell Brand calls for revolution in this documentary about the disparity of wealth. He focuses on the UK, which has been particularly hard hit by … Read more
Aloha has taken some flak ahead of its release, mainly due to the infamous Sony email hacking scandal which revealed the studio’s grim outlook for … Read more
Set in Victorian England, this British romantic drama surrounds Bathsheba Everdene (Carey Mulligan), a headstrong and fiercely independent farm owner who attracts the affections of … Read more
Screened at the Sundance Film Festival, this Australian drama/thriller revolves around an isolated commune consisting of abused women and children.
Commune leader Gregori (Vincent Cassel) … Read more