Hard to believe that it’s 20 years since Noam Chomsky and Edward S Herman published their seminal treatise, Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media.
Every now and again, a film comes along that is so utterly ridiculous, so ludicrously unfathomable, you can’t help but be in awe of it.
By Matt Hussey
Finn’s Girl starts out with a controversial bang.
By Kezia Clark
A young Susan Sarandon and Peter Boyle feature in this gritty drama highlighting the liberal/conservative conflict in late 1960s.
By Jack Arnott
Ben X is based on the true story of an autistic boy who, after trying to escape reality through an online gaming community.
By Henry Barnes
High Spirits is a weaving, stumbling, shambolic mess of a movie.
Aleksandr Sokurov’s film is a war movie stripped of its trappings.
By Matt Bochenski
A classically British study of passion and dependence.
Shane Meadows’ follow-up to the critically acclaimed This Is England is a much gentler affair than his fans might be used to.
By Anna Winston