Brits have a morbid fascination with the uncanny and the grim

GWEN, set against the epic landscapes of Snowdonia, takes you back to the dark days of the industrial revolution, in 1855. A teenage girl growing up on a farm in North West Wales, must cope with the illness of her mother and care for her younger sister.

We wish our fathers could have seen this film 40 year ago

Director Aviad Givon about BROKEN MIRRORS

From the outside, the Adler family live an enviable life, but underneath Giora’s great love for his family lays an obsession with his 17-year-old daughter Ariella. With strict military discipline, he follows...

Program tips for Sunday 26. 5.

This festival Sunday will be the twenty-second time that unique film clapperboards, artistically-rendered by Czech artists, will be auctioned off. There are 123 of them this year and the proceeds of the auction, as always, will go to support the work...

How not to become a professional football player

The best place to make money as a football player in decline, is China, where football is the new religion. But what about kids in a rural mountain village who have never even seen a football in their lives? They might just need a teacher like Xi Ge to...

Jim Loach about MEASURE OF A MAN

We had to drag ourselves out of bed very early to catch the light”

Bobby (Blake Cooper), an under-confident, overweight 14-year-old city boy spends a summer by the lake, where a local gang of youngsters finds an easy victim for their bullying in...