Ben Woolhead takes a look at a new documentary about Tish Murtha, a Tyneside photographer who honed her craft in Newport before capturing the grit of the 1980s British underclass, and whose legacy is being preserved 10 years after her death thanks to filmmaker Paul Sng.
Movie interviews and reviews, all in one place, including what's on screens in Wales and the rest of the world.
THE ETERNAL DAUGHTER: Joanna Hogg enlists Tilda Swinton and Carly-Sophia Davies for gothic north Walian larks
The Eternal Daughter, creator Joanna Hogg's stab at a ghost story, is ultimately more interested in a mother-daughter relationship than providing scares.
Daniel Weintraub’s new documentary, largely narrated by the late American composer herself through archive footage
Port Talbot actor Carly-Sophia Davies speaks to Keiron Self about her feature film debut The Eternal Daughter, alongside Tilda Swinton and directed by Joanna Hogg.
Cannes Palme d'Or winner Anatomy of a Fall features an enigmatic performance by Sandra Hüller, tangled relationships, and thorny courtroom drama.
Need some Halloween spookery? With Buzz’s cinema don Keiron Self your guide, take a look at this year’s latest additions to the world of horror and thriller films.
Killers Of The Flower Moon is Martin Scorsese's most intimidating beast ever unleased. But can he win over new crowds?
Delve into the emotional journey of Audrey Amiss, an artist dealing with mental health challenges, in the thought-provoking film Typist Artist Pirate King.
Explore the cinematic brilliance of Powell & Pressburger and their impact on cinema and this BFI retrospective.
David Lynch: A Retrospective creates a great spreadsheet about the creator's artistic life and career, immersing readers in his mind and offers a glimpse into the evolution of that surrealistic brilliance.
Film legend John Carpenter's iconic synth music is collected once more in Anthology II - a journey through atmospheric and nostalgic sounds.
With dark secrets, exceptional performances, and sharp social satire, Emerald Fennel's Salburn goes where most films don't.
A harrowing, scandalous north Walian crime gets the drama documentary treatment in The Rev, an intriguing new take on an ‘urban myth’.
The legendary Iris Prize returns this month with another selection of films from and about the LGBTQ+ community. Rowan Davies breaks down the 2023 programme.
Michael Caine and Glenda Jackson deliver standout performances in The Great Escaper, a bittersweet true tale of a D-Day veteran.
Witness the remarkable portrayal of Golda Meir in Golda, a film of her pivotal role during the Yom Kippur War, brought to life by Helen Mirren.
Moving and ultimately hopeful, The Old Oak continues Ken Loach’s canon of brilliantly observed stories of social responsibility
Take a peek into the star-studded world of new animated film The Canterville Ghost, based on Oscar Wilde's short story.
Get stuck into Hong Kong action from the 1990s in She Shoots Straight, another of Eureka’s handsome re-releases of almost forgotten female-led fisticuffs.
Fremont tells the moving story of an Afghan woman played hypnotically by Anaita Wali Zada adjusting to life in America.
A chilling blend of supernatural tropes Malaysian horror film Blood Flower dishes up twists that will leave you horrified and intrigued.
Enter the enigmatic world of Perpetrator – a supernatural thriller that blurs the lines between horror and empowerment, now out on Shudder.
Plunge into intense underwater suspense with The Dive, a cinematic story of sisters trapped beneath, battling trauma and time.
Theater Camp brings misfits and aspiring performers to life in a mockumentary-style film set at a struggling drama camp - offering both resonant moments and comedic vignettes.