Raks Patel reviews Red Velvet, forgotten story of Ira Aldridge, an African-American actor who played Othello on the London stage in 1833.
Raks Patel previews the BFI London LGBT Film Festival, expanded and rebranded this year with a new identity – BFI Flare.
Raks Patel reviews The Invisible Woman, the real-life story of Charles Dickens’ secret love affair with Nelly Ternan.
Raks Patel reviews Dallas Buyers Club, the true story of Ron Woodroof’s fight against AIDS and the medical profession.
Raks Patel reviews In The Name Of, a Polish film which explores a Catholic priest’s own personal battle with desire.
Raks Patel reviews August: Osage County, a film with a stellar ensemble cast that looks at a family in crisis and unearths its dark secrets.
Raks Patel reviews Free Fall, an intelligent and complex gay love story that explores the very high price you sometimes have to pay for love.
Raks Patel reviews His Last Vow, a great finale to Sherlock Series 3, with an extra special treat saved right until the very end.
Raks Patel reviews The Sign of Three. John is getting married, Sherlock is the Best Man, but will a murder cloud John’s big day?
Raks Patel reviews The Empty Hearse and finds it far exceeds her expectations. Welcome back Sherlock!