KARLOVY VARY INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: Sundance favourite Mike Cahill provides a worthy, thought-provoking follow-up to his award-winning 2011 debut, Another Earth, in which fact and faith square off with increasing complexity and consequences.
Comedy of faith full of quick laughs and humanist realisations.
Arriving on Australian screens just after the inspired comic polemics of Chris Morris’ Four Lions, Josh Appignanesi’s The Reluctant Infidel appears to be a lesser feature in terms of dealing with contemporary faith and the clash of religions in...
Acclaimed Brazilian director Fernando Meirelles City of God and international best seller John Le Carre come together to focus the spotlight on the dubious practices in Africa of the pharmaceutical industry in The Constant Gardener.
Putting the boot into stereotypes.
Eighteen-year-old Jess Bhamra (Parminder Nagra) lives with her parents and her older sister in south-west London. The family are Punjabi Sikhs, and the parents expect their daughters to conform to their culture and customs. But Jess is a bit of a...
Rather too obviously based on a play but the performances are terrific.
In the Lancashire city of Salford in 1971, Pakistani-born George Kahn, (Om Puri), runs a fish and chip shop (George`s English Chippy) with his English wife, Ella, (Linda Bassett). They have seven children George has attempted to raise as good...