Elstree 1976 finds a new part of the Star Wars story to explore – the stories of the bit part and background actors whose lives were changed by their small roles in the film.
Author James McColl
Swedish Theory of Love is a fascinating documentary that looks at the impact of 40 years of social policy encouraging individualism in Sweden.
The Experimenter looks at Stanley Milgram and his infamous experiment that explored obedience to authority and pushed people to violate their own conscience.
How To Change The World tells how Greenpeace got started and the challenges that it and its leader, Robert Hunter, have faced.
Contamination is a 1980 video-nasty Italian horror that owes a lot to Ridley Scott’s Alien film. Now it gets the HD treatment for a Blu-Ray release.
Testament of Youth is the latest adaptation of Vera Brittain’s World War 2 memoirs. It’s faithful to the text, but lacks some ambition in its depictions of the time.
Make Your Maker is a rich and vibrant short film about consumer culture, the metaphor taking on a visceral literality as a woman eats her own clone. But in a fun way!
A documentary short film depicting the anti-government movement in Turkey, using footage, photography, text and interview to chart the trajectory of a protest in May 2013.
A short films which journeys into the mind of a man whose mental health is reflected by the film itself; disjointed, fractured and intriguing.