Film Reviews, News & Competitions

 
 

 
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Beginners

Heartfelt and honest, Beginners is a wonderfully wistful film that charms with its portrayal of life’s doubts.
 

 
B
 

Blood In The Mobile

Frank Poulsen has a problem. Namely that his much loved mobile may well contain ‘blood minerals.’ The minerals in question are used in everything from phones to PCs and have been one of the major sources of conflict in the East...
 
 
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The Black Power Mixtape

In the late 1960s, Swedish television acquired an interest in the American Civil Rights movement. Over the course of nine years, various journalists and filmmakers travelled from Sweden to America in order to conduct interviews...
 

 
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B
 

Broken Lines

By Laura Walkinshaw – Paul Bettany steals the show in this romantic tragedy about love, obligation and conflict, set in north London.
 

 
B
 

Beaver

Mel Gibson is a good actor. Whatever the truth about his personal life, it isn’t relevant to that fact, and The Beaver features one of his best performances to date.
 
 
B
 

Bang Bang Club, The

In the infamous Johannesburg township of Soweto, during the death throes of the apartheid regime, four photographers take big risks to tell a big story.
 

 
B
 

Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, The

The great Dames Judi Dench and Maggie Smith star in what can only be described as the Ocean’s Eleven or Italian Job of geriatric British actors.
 
 
B
 

Blues Brothers, The

Comedy, Musical, action extravaganza, they don’t make them like they used to.