Lorna Irvine is disappointed with Francois Ozen's latest film.
Lorna Irvine reviews the new 'thought-provoking, strange and insidious' film.
Lorna Irvine reviews a 'unique, stylishly original and utterly bonkers' film from Spain.
Lorna Irvine reviews the 'life-affirming, hugely touching film'.
Lorna Irvine finds moments of brilliance in both the film and the post-film performance.
Lorna Irvine reviews 'a crowd-pleaser'.
Lorna Irvine thinks the first part of The Hobbit trilogy is 'a mess, but a pretty mess.'
Lorna Irvine finds the French film to be 'smart, pacy and steeped in dry humour'.
Lorna Irvine reviews the limited release of a 'stunning noirish thriller'.
Lorna Irvine declares this new black comedy one of the year's best.
Rebecca Paul takes in two entirely different films taking a comedic look at societal behaviour.
Michael Gillespie finds a few gems at the film festival while fighting a hangover and taking a few leaps of faith.
Becky Paul's first time at the film festival is a mixed bag. She reviews V/H/S, Jackpot and Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie.
Michael Gillespie files his first report from this year's Edinburgh International Film Festival by looking at three completely different films: The 99 Unbound, Sexual Chronicles of a French Family and Grabbers.
Missy Lorelei is unimpressed by the latest Burton/Depp film.
Rebecca Paul struggles with the recently acclaimed release.
Missy Lorelei caught some of 85a Collective's recent event at the Glue Factory.
Rebecca Paul reviews the award-winning Canadian film.
Though uneven, Becky Paul enjoys the gothicness of the new release.