The long-awaited Quixote film from writer-director Terry Gilliam is, as you’d expect, an epic production – everything but more.
Breathtaking cinematography and an overwhelming stillness are features of this powerful film which blurs the lines between fantasy and reality in its telling of a story set in a central Indian village, writes Peter C Pugsley.
A truly visceral film, Girls Always Happy offers an honest look at modern Beijing through the eyes of a struggling mother and daughter who are both seeking to establish themselves as writers, writes Peter C Pugsley.
A film that will have audiences smiling throughout, Lucky is a fitting final outing for iconic actor Harry Dean Stanton.
The opening film for this year’s Japanese Film Festival is a ninja vs samurai action comedy loosely based on real historical events from the 16th century.
A Yellow Bird is the fictional but highly personal story of Siva, one of the minority Indian race in Singapore presented here as an underclass, locked out of the economic richness of the city-state.