World Cinema


September 24th, 2004 | by Michelle Thomas

In the 3rd Century B.C., China is divided into seven warring kingdoms, fighting ruthlessly amongst themselves for supremacy. The Kingdom

Natural City

January 1st, 2004 | by Johan De Silva

Natural City is an ambitious Korean science fiction tribute to Bladerunner with a well managed budget of only 6 million

Goodbye, Lenin!

October 3rd, 2003 | by Matt McAllister

Wolfgang Becker’s high-concept comedy mines unexpected laughs from the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the results are both clever

Once Upon a Time in Mexico

September 26th, 2003 | by Jay Richardson

Robert Rodriguez is a talented man. As Once Upon A Time in Mexico’s opening credits relate, he wrote, directed, “shot,

Belleville Rendez-Vous

August 29th, 2003 | by Nik Huggins

The complete antithesis of everything Disney stands for, Belleville Rendezvous (known as Les Triplettes de Belleville on its original release

Jacques Tati: Serious Playtime

March 8th, 2003 | by Nik Huggins

French filmmaker Jacques Tati quietly booked his place amongst the pantheon of film comedy’s legendary figures with a small but

Vive la France

February 7th, 2003 | by Ed Colley

People not familiar with their French cinema can often be quite derogatory about it, snootily suggesting that the sum of

Lilya 4-Ever

January 1st, 2003 | by Nik Huggins

Going further than simply proving that contemporary Scandinavian filmmaking is flourishing stylistically and formally (see Denmark favourite cinematic son Lars

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