Mr Pig


What do you get when a 75 year old man goes on the run with a hog in a van? Taking similarities from Hákonarson’s RAMS, MR PIG serves both human and porcine humour.



Lock up your stick insects! The Nordic Food Lab are coming! Jack Toye reviews Andreas Johnsen’s BUGS at Edinburgh International Film Festival

It’s Only The End Of The World


Sombre, reflective and as divisive as ever at the Cannes Film Festival, Jack Toye reviews Xavier Dolan’s latest feature

Interview with Bernadette Schramm


Director of Watersprite Film Festival 2016, Bernadette Schramm, on her work with Refugee Voices In Film at the 69th Cannes Film Festival

Cannes Diary 2016: Days 4, 5,6,7


There’s a whole lotta diary days going on in Cannes for our roving reporter, Jack Toye

Captain Fantastic


An intelligent trip into a counterculture family drama, Jack Toye reviews CAPTAIN FANTASTIC at the 69th Cannes Film Festival

Accessible Cannes: Interview with Rahma Rachdi


A chance meeting at the 69th Cannes Film Festival with Rahma Rachdi, led our reporter, Jack Toye, to a new perspective on what it is to attend this prestigious event

Staying Vertical


If you stand tall, the wolves won’t attack. Jack Toye reviews Alain Guiraudie’s latest feature, in competition at the Cannes Film Festival

Cannes Diary 2016: Days 2 & 3


A rolling stone gathers no moss they say, and the days at this year’s Cannes Film Festival keep on rolling by, as Jack Toye discovers

Café Society


Woody Allen’s latest film, set in the Golden Age of Hollywood, comes under the Film Festival gaze of Jack Toye

Cannes Diary 2016: Day 1


Head down to the 69th Cannes Film Festival, with our roving reporter, Jack Toye!



Evolution is not so much an out-of-body experience as an inner body one…



A series of underground fight-to-the death duels begin to develop into a twisted kind of pyramid scheme in TRADERS.



If you’re looking for an intelligent and intriguing film in the style of Christopher Nolan or Jonathan Glazer, REMAINDER fares very well indeed.

Virgin Mountain


VIRGIN MOUNTAIN could probably take place anywhere and lose none of the poignancy or humour in the universality of its observations on human nature.