Pam Grier stars as the titular Coffy in one of the most significant blaxploitation films of all time – now given a loving remastering for its Blu-Ray release.
Author Angie Moneke
The Turning is an ambitious adaptation of Tim Winton’s collection of short stories. It sees 17 directors craft a subtle structure exploring the repercussions of our actions.
Mae’s morning coffee and Sudoku are interrupted when her dream man walks through the door. Made in a single morning for a budget less than £40, Coffee To Go depicts the relatable trauma of bumping into a crush.
Angie Moneke reviews Alejandro González Iñárritu’s darkly comic Birdman, a fresh and playful feature tackling vital questions.
Review of the film Fury, about a band of brothers in a tank crew trying to see out the end of World War 2.
A unique exercise in storytelling. A tale of belonging, violence, love and loyalty amongst a group of deaf teenagers is a project of quiet brilliance.
A possible Oscar contender, Whiplash looks at the obsessive pursuit of musical greatness, driven by desire, a fear of failure and the merciless driving of a questionable mentor.
This directorial debut explores humanity in the notorious Guantanamo Bay prison, and the empathy that can exist in the slightest moments of conversation.
A feature documentary that looks at life of Nas, the people and events that shaped him, and the release of his seminal debut hip-hop album, Illmatic.