Articles Posted in the " Drama " Category

  • The Falling

    One of the joys of the beguiling 2011 documentary Dreams of a Life was the resultant anticipation concerning the assured hand of its director, Carol Morley. Weaving together interviews with..

  • Amour Fou

    Doomed passion in Romantic-era Berlin would have most filmmakers reaching dutifully for the grand traditions of historical sweep, candle-lit interiors and an indulgence in every visual splendour of the time…

  • Au revoir les enfants

    January 27 2015 marked 70 years since the liberation of Auschwitz. Since the end of WWII, Cinema’s capacity to comprehend the industrial-scale murder of the European Jews has been tested..

  • Fruitvale Station

    We’ve heard this story before. Debut feature does well on the festival circuit, gets lauded at Sundance, bought by the Weinsteins, tipped for Oscars. There’s always one token indie every..

  • The Wind Rises

    The Wind Rises will never make it onto most people’s favourite Miyazaki films, but as a piece of art that dissects the creative process, and the career that led up to its inception, it’s memorable, poignant, and bitter-sweet.