Hannah McGill is a freelance writer and critic, and former artistic director of the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
She tweets @HannahJMcGill.
Bradford’s pluckily downbeat festival also featured a plethora of shady (but attractive?) male characters, psygeographic documentaries and quirky features from the mainstream and margins, reports Hannah McGill.
14 May 2013
The woods have it in Sergei Loznitsa’s morally murky and blackly meditative World War II captivity drama, explains Hannah McGill.
26 April 2013
A young family hits the road to nowhere in Dominga Sotomayor’s girl’s-eye portrait of adult heart wrench, writes Hannah McGill.
5 April 2013
A prank call to a fast-food restaurant plumbs sado-masochist depths in this drawn-from-true-life thriller, finds Hannah McGill.
22 March 2013