The documentary Driving With Selvi tells the remarkable story of a young woman in India who find driving a taxi gives her some freedom in an oppressive society.
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Holding The Man, based on the memoir by Timothy Conigrave, looks at the forbidden love of two young men in the 1970s, with nods to Romeo and Juliet.
James White tackles the difficult subject of personal grief. While not an easy watch, and offering no answers, it nonetheless leaves you with a feeling of catharsis.
The Russ Meyers/Roger Ebert co-venture Beyond the Valley of the Dolls comes to Blu-Ray, and this slice of 70s camp still has some relevance today.
Zardoz is the far-out 1970’s sci-fi film about a clash between a physical and psychological violence. It’s acquired cult status – partly thanks to Sean Connery’s stunning wardrobe.
Your average film fan has 2.3 childhood memories destroyed every year by poor reboots and sequels. How do we find enjoyment in these times?