12 Jan 2023
With awards season in full swing I would love to point out some less wel-known films on our schedule that have had the critics in raptures. Search for them in the ‘What’s on’ section of the website.
What We Look at When We Look at the Sky
Praised in Little White Lies, The Guardian and Sight and Sound.
“There’s a languid kind of magic to Koberidze’s approach, which, with its enchanting score, digressive montages and sparse dialogue, has roots in silent cinema but also feels refreshingly and genuinely original.” The Observer
Four stars in The Guardian, Daily Telegraph and Little White Lies.
Mark Kermode’s film of the week. ‘I’ve seen the film three times so far, and I can’t wait to dive into it and be swept away again. Bravo!’
“Jenkin’s style is so unusual, so unadorned, it feels almost like a manuscript culture of cinema. There is real artistry in it.” The Guardian
Four stars in the Observer, Financial Times, The Times.
“Chinonye Chukwu, working with a talented and mostly flawless cast, has established the film’s venomously racist Jim Crow-era milieu so profoundly that the exchange bristles with shock and sickening dread.” The Times