This archive-led documentary uses footage compiled by Swedish news crews working in Africa to illustrate aspects of Frantz Fanonís insurrectionary treatise The Wretched of the Earth. The footage is stronger than the argument, writes Mike McCahill.
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This German drama, a prize-winner at this yearís Berlin festival, charts a latter-day teenagerís passage through the ranks of an extreme form of Catholicism. Donít let its formal rigour put you off, writes Mike McCahill.
Maggie Smithís pointed performance in My Old Lady, out now in cinemas, and news reports about a dressed-down Dame Maggie on the set of Nicholas Hytnerís and Alan Bennettís The Lady in the Van, spark thoughts about other film portrayals of people in the...
This drama from Thai writer-director Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit sets itself an unusual challenge: adapting four hundred plus Tweets issued by a real-life teenager. Itís not quite a narrative, but youíll favourite the odd scene, writes Mike McCahill.
Frank Collins continues his survey of British science fiction television to mark the BFIís major celebration of the genre.