Showing articles by Mark Demetrius
What begins as a twisted black comedy evolves into a psychologically fascinating journey - and proves another terrific cinematic entry for Iran.
A slow-burner, but it\'s engrossing, complex and rich in detail.
A taut political drama presenting an Israel we rarely see on screen...
One of the stranger cinematic excursions at this year\'s festival...
The classically Dardennian drama clinched the prestigious Jury Prize at Cannes - did it deserve it and should you check it out this week? Find out here...
An epic of a film, which begins and ends with bloodshed. And lots of it.
Polish artist and filmmaker Lech Majewski finds inspiration in Pieter Bruegel\'s 1564 painting \"The Procession to Calvary\"... with stunning results.
A rollicking and enjoyable doco about Levon Helm was, the drummer for The Band.
Another Beatles-related doco?! Rest easy, this one, which chronicles Lennon\'s time in New York, is brilliant.
A fascinating tribute to the Beat poet