Jonathan Neeves reviews the crazy sci-fi feature film Science Team, from Drew Bolduc.
Author Jonathan Neeves
No Robots is a drama about discrimination and presumption in a neo-Expressionist future. Mistaken identities, robots and fascism create an unexpectedly touching short film.
Jonathan Neeves takes apart the Oscars – a horrendously biased ceremony based on nationality, creed and colour.
Trevor Howard was one of the most recognisable British actors in post-war cinema. This box set collects his best works, including Brief Encounter and The Third Man.
A review of Kim Ki-duk and Jo Min-soo’s 2012 Korean film film about penances, purification and redemption, Pietà.
An epic, stop-motion short film about a group of sentient food. Together they struggle for survival in a faulty fridge that is rapidly freezing over.
The Watchers is a short film that asks the question is it better to be blissfully ignorant, or depressingly aware?
A short documentary film about a man whose job as a Superman impersonator in Hollywood has taken over his whole life, and maybe even his identity.
Greta is a powerful and thought-provoking documentary short film about an elderly lady who goes about her daily activities, recounting stories from her past.