16 articles written by Edward Haynes
Those Who Feel The Fire Burning
A provocative, hypnotic film dealing with the plight of immigrants stuck in Europe.
Je Suis Charlie (TIFF Review)
'Je Suis Charlie' takes a difficult subject and handles it with sensitivity and grace.
'Below Dreams' shows promise but fails to invoke an emotional response or provide insight on poverty in New Orleans.
An awkward mix of gritty material and indie quirk goes down easier thanks to a fantastic lead performance by Lindsay Pulsipher.
ND/NF 2015: Los Hongos
'Los Hongos' provides a loose, authentic portrait of two young friends growing up in Colombia's heated political climate.
SXSW 2015: A Space Program
A darkly funny chronicling of Tom Sachs' DIY 'mission to Mars' installation.
The Northern Ireland conflict gets further coverage from Yann Demange in this thrilling British film.
Toronto Irish Film Festival 2015 Preview
A preview of the unique collection of independent Irish films at the 2015 Toronto Irish Film Festival.
Our 2015 BAFTA Award Reactions
There weren't a whole lot of surprises at the 2015 BAFTA's last night, here are our thoughts on the awards show.
Amira and Sam
'Amira and Sam' is a charming romantic comedy fueled by its cross-cultural quirks.
Gangs of Wasseypur
An epic Indian gang drama smothers with violence, 'Gangs of Wasseypur' is laborious and overly long.
Evolution of a Criminal
A documentary exploring crime from the perspective of the man who once committed it.
The now infamous story of Edward Snowden's leaking of confidential NSA papers is covered from its beginning moments.
Before I Go to Sleep
Despite a promising start , Before I Go to Sleep is a film that is sadly let down by a number of flaws.
Camp X-Ray opens like a tense thriller, with the capture of Ali Amir (Peyman Moaadi) and his transportation to Guantanamo Bay, played out in quick, rapid cuts and an imposing soundtrack. The film may start with intensity but this isn’t...