Darren Aronofsky's mother! hits UK cinemas this week, and no other film this year has provoked such a volatile reaction.
Glance briefly at the review headlines, and you'll find proclamations that it's the best movie of the year
In anticipation of the 25th Raindance Film Festival - taking place from September 20th to October 1st in London - we spotlight ten of the most interesting films on this year's programme.
DIRECTOR: Laura Schroeder
COUNTRY: Luxembourg, Belgium, France
STRANDS: Narrative, Europe
SYNOPSIS: Catherine (Lolita Chammah), a young mother struggling with substance abuse,
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Artsploitation has delivered the ultimate stocking stuffer with the home video release of the Australian horror film Red Christmas.
This French short film from writer-director Josza Anjembe follows a young Cameroonian woman on her quest for French citizenship.
Seventeen-year-old Seyna has aced her baccalaureate and his heading for a career in politics. Her parents couldn’t be more proud of her achievements, but tensions begin to rise when she decides to
In 1984, Hasbro launched its popular Transformers toyline. The innovative action figures, which could switch back and forth between cars and weapons to cool figurines, were an immediate hit. Fast forward three decades and the Transformers phenomenon is still going strong.
To date, the franchise has included the rollout of a