If you’ve ever loved, this story of an elderly couple facing the unthinkable – one half of their familiar, codependent unit fading away – will touch a raw nerve.

My Brother the Devil

London’s mean streets and the escalating gang culture that eats up our youth are brought to vivid life in Sally El Hosaini’s searing portrait of modern England.

Beasts of the Southern Wild

The voice of the film is one of beauty and innocence, narrated by six-year-old Hushpuppy, as she navigates her world of near orphanhood.

The Pool

The Pool manages to transcend the standard clichés about India – a feat made more triumphant by the fact that the writer and director are foreigners.

Rust and Bone

Rust and Bone is a deeply affecting portrait of the gradual coming together of two wounded souls, driven by a brave central performance by Marion Cotillard.

The House I Live In

Eugene Jarecki, director of Why We Fight, takes a fascinating, gritty look at the American criminal justice system.

Linder Sterling

Arriving on the art scene in the 1970s, Linder Sterling is known for her subversive collages combining the female figure with objects and nature.

Cross-Cultural Dialogues

The Harbourfront Centre in Toronto presents a collection of works from around the globe for World Stage, developing dialogues between cross-cultural performance.

YouTube Killed the Video Star

The past five years have seen the music video evolve, resulting in stronger and stranger narratives than ever before.


Cambridge-based four-piece Alt-J spent 2012 scooping up the Mercury Prize, releasing their debut album and gaining plaudits from the music industry at large.

In Search of Belonging

The latest documentary from Marc Isaacs explores universal themes of loss, belonging and the search for home through careful observation of one neighbourhood in North London.

The Impact of Isolation

In Scott Graham’s debut feature, a father and daughter coexist in isolation and a relationship marked by complexity.