Danish animated documentary is a therapeutic and cathartic story of an openly gay Afghan refugee
Our International Cinema series delves into the impact of foreign language in the mainstream, with an increase in popularity of subtitled TV and film
Mila Filipova explores the award winning selection of International films shown at Kinofilm fest 2021.
Exploring the facets and films that made up the Japanese New Wave, Jason Fox introduces one of the most exciting movements of cinematic history
Lauryn Berry reviews The Great Circus documentary, which follows a circus company in its preparations for a new show
Dealing with poignant, contemporary themes, Brazilian drama The Battle of Shangri-la features a strong central performance and adept filmmaking
Manchester International Film Festival comes back in 2021 with a new selection of world and UK premieres.
Another Round is an excellently crafted piece of work, amusing and fun at times but sincere and serene at its core.
In the first edition of our international cinema feature we take a look at our favourite French and Italian films
Our International film series brings an insight into the French New Wave movement, the auteurs who founded it and it’s defining characteristics
Mila Filipova gives us an insight into the Italian shorts at Manchester’s local festival, Kinofest 2021
Having attended Cannes this summer, Michal Wasilewski shares his festival experiences and thoughts about this year’s greatest films
Our contributors picked their favourite films from Africa and the Middle East in the fourth instalment of the International Cinema series
Charlotte Dauphin’s haunting portrayal of grief boasts a visual elegance but has little under the surface.
Our contributors picked their favourite films from Spain and Latin America in the third instalment of the International Cinema series