SXSW 2021: Clerk (2021) Review

From a film about a guy who was "not even supposed to be here today", 27 years later Kevin Smith is, for better or worse, still here. Clerk is a documentary that takes a Quick Stop down memory lane. Malcolm Ingram's film is a

GFF 21: Tina (2021) Review

Proud Mary rolled into Glasgow Film Festival this year with 'The Best' music documentary of the year in Tina. Filmed with the blessing and cooperation of Tina Turner, it leaves no (rolling) stone unturned in chronicling her incredible

GFF 21: Apples (2020) – Review

One of the most a-peel-ing movies at this year's Glasgow Film Festival is the Greek film Apples. A film that looks at the importance of memory in defining who we are. Amidst a worldwide pandemic that causes sudden amnesia, middle-aged

GFF 21: Jumbo (2020) – Review

It is a case of fairground attraction in more ways than one in Zoe Wittock's fantastical romance Jumbo. Noemie Merlant (Portrait Of A Lady On Fire) is the painfully shy and awkward Jeanne. A young woman who lives with her brash mother

GFF 21: The Toll (2021) Review

Just like The Toll he oversees, Michael Smiley discovers that everybody has to pay for the sins of the past. Calling local cop Catrin to his toll booth late one night, he spins her a web of intrigue as tangled as a Spaghetti western.