Although it contains its fair share of infidelities, break-ups and heartbreak, and its denouement is bittersweet, Woody Allen’s Manhattan is the perfect Valentine’s Day film, writes Arjun Sajip.
Sadly, by not being what those her age would typically call “pretty”, Lola Star’s had to make friends with rejection. Thankfully, she has developed a unique coping mechanism.
Harold, who is too young to have lived much yet, finds no enjoyment or purpose in life. Maude, who has known unimaginable tragedy, embraces the state of being and finds great beauty in each given moment.
SIDE BY SIDE is a fascinating and insightful look at the debates raging in the creative process as the digital revolution continues to evolve, writes Jim Ross.
HITCHCOCK and THE GIRL use cinema to simultaneously observe and attack Hitch whilst airing the dirty laundry of a man who can no longer answer back, writes Ed Frost.
Counting down to Valentine’s Day with the ADDICTED TO LOVE theme. AI is a tale of unrequited love: maternal love, childhood love, innocent love.
TAKE ONE writers have voted on Best Feature, Best Documentary, Best Short and Best Festival for 2012 as well as some one-off awards from individual writers. Cover image by Harry Hunt.
SIDE BY SIDE is a fascinating new documentary, featuring interviews led by Keanu Reeves, looking at the rise of digital technology in filmmaking. Jim Ross spoke to director Chris Kenneally about the film and the discussion it highlights.