Hungry

Filmmaker Patty Ivins new documentary Hungry tracked three really inspiring women chefs for six months as they all went through crucial periods for their own restaurant businesses. They, and the other industry experts that Ivins interviewed set the scene with facts and figures proving how difficult it still is for women chefs even at the … Continue reading

Handsome Devil

Writer/director John Butler’s enchanting coming-of-age movie about two very likable 16 year old boys in an Irish Boarding School seems to sidestep some of the more grittier aspects of homophobia to ensure that the end-result is a engaging feel-good movie that the LGBT community is bound to make it into one of the more popular … Continue reading

Harvest

When you are more than halfway through HARVEST you could be forgiven for thinking that you are actually watching an Infomercial on modern German farming methods rather than a coming-of-age tale about two teenage boys. This well-meaning debut feature film from writer/director Benjamin Cantu shot on the most minuscule of budgets using actual farm workers instead of actors … Continue reading

Hawaii

When Martin gets stranded in the small Argentinian country town he grew up he ends up sleeping rough by the river and goes looking for odd jobs to feed himself. His search takes him to a large Estate where he manages to get some work only to discover that its present tenant is Eugenio one of … Continue reading

Heartbeats

If you have ever had an unrequited love, especially one in your (distant) youth then this wonderfully witty tongue-in-cheek movie from the remarkable multi-talented filmmaker Xavier Dolan will really appeal to you.  The story is of a love triangle.  Twenty-year-old best friends Marie and Francis spot Nicolas, a stunning Adonis, at a dinner party, and they … Continue reading

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