BFI London Film Festival

REVIEW The Way He Looks

By 27 November, 2014

Teenage love is a simply complicated thing, and Brazilian director Daniel Ribeiro’s The Way He Looks does not muddle its lens. With an adorably twee soundtrack and a twist on the coming-of-age love triangle, Ribeiro’s first full-length feature... Read Article

REVIEW Wild Tales

By 13 November, 2014

The fourth chapter of Damián Szifron’s Wild Tales (Relatos Salvajes) opens with the light of a head torch. Argentinian megastar Ricardo Darín is an explosives expert working on the demolition of one of Buenos Aires’ many defunct factories... Read Article


By 17 October, 2014

Güeros (Mexican slang for a person with light hair) is the new film from Mexican director Alonso Ruizpalacios that has recently enchanted audiences at the BFI London Film Festival. The film can be divided into three sections that... Read Article

REVIEW Mr Kaplan

By 15 October, 2014

Mr Kaplan is the latest offering from Uruguayan director Álvaro Brechner (Bad Day to Go Fishing) which screened at the BFI London Film Festival on Saturday. Jacobo Kaplan (Héctor Noguera) is a Polish Jew who emigrated to Uruguay... Read Article