For National Garden Week, we've compiled some of our more unconventional garden-related film reviews for our green-fingered readers.
30 April - 6 May 2018
BACK TO THE GARDEN (Jon Sanders 2013)
"A thoughtful investigation of life, love and death that engages with a wealth of impressions and questions often ignored in mainstream storytelling."
Read Laurence Russell's review and watch our interview with the filmmaker Jon Sanders here.
A FIELD IN ENGLAND (Ben Wheatley 2013)
Wheatley's "multi-layered, hybrid genre productions signify that he has nevertheless become a force to be reckoned with in the world of British independent film."
Read Sam Hall's review here.
WALL-E (Andrew Stanton 2008)
"Cinema should following in the caterpillar tracks of WALL-E's little robot and find value in environmental insights".
Read Lucy Ravenhall's article here and Alice Stansfield's here.
THE WICKER MAN (Robin Hardy 1973)
"THE WICKER MAN deconstructed an idyllic British countryside and heritage by peeling away the layers of what appears natural to reveal a darker side".
Read Sam Hall's article here.