Neil Triffett discusses his high school comedy EMO the Musical, which screened at this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Jack Lowden stars as Morrissey in Mark Gill’s exploration of the indie icon’s formative years in working-class Manchester.
Toby Jones stars for his brother Rupert in this psychological thriller about a mild-mannered fortysomething with a chequered past and a fractured mind.
A crime writer and his son – both reeling from failed relationships – reconnect on a trip to Edinburgh in this poignant Dutch comedy drama.
Alex Lawther gives an astonishing performance as a flamboyant, “transvisionary gender obliviator” in Trudie Styler’s poignant high school dramedy.
An emo kid in an Australian high school finds his scene cred under threat when he falls for a Christian girl in Neil Triffett’s sharp musical comedy.
Two high school kids have a summer to remember in this charming German coming-of-age, road trip movie from acclaimed director Fatih Akin.
Emily Beecham gives a superb, nuanced performance in Peter Mackie Burns’ low-key, London-set character study.
Freya Mavor and Josh Whitehouse relive their relationship through their CD collection in Daniel Jerome Gill’s winning romcom.
Jon Bernthal and Christopher Abbott come head-to-head in small town Alaska in director Jamie M. Dagg’s gripping neo-noir thriller.