Film Reviews, Z - 2017

CAMFF 2018: High Fantasy (2017)

Four young friends go on a camping trip in the heart of the South African wilderness. The vast farmland they’re staying on belongs to Lexi’s (Francesca Varrie Michel) family and they document their adventures with their camera phones. Things take a strange turn when they…

Film Reviews, Z - 2018

CAMFF 2018: Supa Modo (2018)

Jo (Stycie Waweru) is a young girl with a terminal illness who loves superheroes. Her mother Kathryn (Marrianne Nungo) is protective and wants her to rest but, with the help of fellow villagers, her older sister Mwix (Nyawara Ndambia) encourages her passion and her dream…

Film Reviews, Z - 2018

CAMFF 2018: The Guilty (2018)

On his last night of dispatch duty, police officer Asger Holm (Jakob Cedergren) gets a call from a kidnapped woman and it’s a race against time to find her. Films set in one location aren’t that uncommon anymore, but truly great and gripping ones are…

Interviews

CAMFF 2018: An Interview with Rudy Riverón Sánchez

Interview by Elena Morgan Director Rudy Riverón Sánchez, a Leeds-based filmmaker, is currently on the festival circuit with his feature film debut Is That You?. We got the chance to talk to him as the film is having its UK premiere at the Cambridge Film Festival…

Film Reviews, Z - 2017

CAMFF 2018: Roobha (2017)

Roobha (Amrit Sandhu), a trans-woman, struggles to find her place after being ostracized by her family. Her chance encounter with a family man, Anthony (Antonythasan Jesuthasan), leads to a beautiful romance. But their blissful relationship soon comes crashing down for reasons not their own. Set…

Film Reviews, Films, Z - 2018, Z - 2019

CAMFF 2018: I Love My Mum (2019)

After a freak car accident, Ron (Tommy French) and his mother Olga (Kierston Wareing) get trapped in a shipping container and are shipped off to Morocco. They only have the pyjamas they’re wearing and now they have to work together to travel across Europe to…