The London Film Festival has been over for four days now, I’ve finished my reviews, caught up on some sleep and now feel I’m in the right frame of mind to
Film Festival, Live Action
Danny Boyle’s latest film 127 hours is based on the true story of Aron Ralston, an American canyoneer who was trapped by a boulder in John Blue Canyon,
Documentary, Film Festival
Songwriter Stephin Merritt is hailed to many as the Cole Porter of his generation. Writing alongside his band The Magnetic Fields, he writes memorable,
Dear Doctor for me, was one of the surprise favourite films of the festival. Almost missing it, I was advised by a friend to fit it in and I’m glad I did.
Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts
Alice (Isabelle Huppert) is a luxury prostitute in her fortys, our main protagonist throughout the film, she’s intelligent, strong and getting fed up with
Based on the famous novel by Giovanni Verga, Malavoglia is a film about a family of fisherman that live in a house known as ‘The Medlars House’ and
It’s frustratingly difficult to get hold of Hongqi Li’s previous films Routine Holiday and Hao Duo Da Mi, even in his native China, so I’m
Documentary, Film Festival, Podcasts
I feel silly trying to write an introduction to a documentary film named “Lemmy,” I hope when you hear the title you instinctively think of the legendary
Those familiar with James Benning’s name would have known what to expect with his new film Ruhr; slow-cinema taken to its extreme ends. Benning’s work has
The first feature from Delfina Castagnino, What I Love The Most is a simple understated film about two friends who lack the ability to console each other.
Leaving Sundance as one of the most talked of movies in the festival and winning the best feature film award at the Berlin International Film Festival, The
Copacabana is the story of Babou (Isabelle Huppert), an individual, a mother who can shrug off jobs, friends, responsibilities, almost anything in the quest
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