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.
Author Jonathan Neeves
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.
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.
Director Tom Huntingford went to Arizona for work reasons and ended up with Frank as his landlord. He couldn’t not film him.
A BAFTA winning short film and monochrome-clad indulgence of the highest quality. An animation that is full of narrative wonder and philosophical intrigue.