Life Itself, Stations of the Cross, Winter Sleep and Of Horses and Men are all reviewed in the current issue.
We’ve collected trailers from all the film reviews in the current issue (November/December 2014, #104), written by our new world cinema editor, Yoram Allon. Also, find out more about the BFI London Film Festival that is taking place in the capital until October 19.
A biographical documentary that offers a sympathetic portrait of the film critic and fiercely committed cinephile Roger Ebert.
Stations of the Cross
Winner of Best Film at the Belin Film Festival, this is a perceptive study of the extreme forms of institutionalised religion.
This is director Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s finest work to date, a philosophical investigation of morality set deep within the Anatolian heartland.
Of Horses and Men
A truly idiosyncratic piece of cinema, Of Horses and Men comprises 0f vignettes focusing on men’s relationship with nature; in particular, with horses.