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[EIFF Review] – The Guilty

The Guilty makes the most of its minimalist design relying on stellar sound / production design to deliver a tense thriller

Review: A Star Is Born (2018)

A Star is Born (again) as Lady Gaga steals the show in Bradley Cooper's directorial debut.

Review: Beautiful Boy

Beautiful Boy is an affecting drama about the hardships of substance abuse even though its execution falters into emotionally manipulative territory.

[EIFF Review]: Dogman

Once again returning to the darker side of Italian society, Matteo Garrone's Dogman is another gripping and striking entry in his audacious filmography.

[EIFF Review]: Maria By Callas

Maria By Callas highlights one of opera's titans. For newcomers providing a solid introduction, for connoisseurs - a reminder - of the great Maria Callas

[EIFF Review]: Colette

Colette successfully creates an illuminating look at the mores of the past and the struggle for an equal chance in life.

[EIFF Review] – Clara

Clara embarks on a journey of enlightenment in the deep recesses of outer space.

Winners Of Summer 2018 – BTC Staff Survey

The BTC Staff gathers once more to give their Best Movies Of The Summer, Winners And Most Anticipated Fall Release

Review: Fahrenheit 11/9

Michael Moore's latest documentary shines a spotlight on the dark side of America

Review: A Simple Favor

A Simple Favor is good escapist cinema which, while not groundbreaking, succeeds on the back of its leading stars

Indie Spotlight: Who’s Watching Oliver?

Who's Watching Oliver? fails to capture the indie horror charm of other contemporaries.

Review: The Children Act

Emma Thompson shines but The Children Act struggles to fulfill the potential that its premise entails.

[Trailer] Watch The Trailer For Early Awards Contender “The Favourite” Starring Emma Stone

"As it turns out, I am capable of much unpleasantness"

On Family, Humanism and The Films of Ingmar Bergman

Underneath Bergman's cold exterior lies films that demonstrate palpable humanism.

Review: Eighth Grade

with its genuine portrayals of adolescent behavior. eighth grade stakes its claim as a defining coming of age film for today's youth