SPECTRE is as entertaining as Bond would be, but relies on older films and wants to have its cake and eat it too. Jim Ross reviews.
Presented at the London Film Festival in the “First Feature Film” category, THE WAIT is a delicate tale about a mother’s grief after losing her only son.
SUNSET SONG is a romantic and intimate tale that portrays the life of Chris Guthrie during the Great War that changed so many lives.
Even though the reality for these professional photographers is harsh and filled with danger, in this documentary there is also space for hope.
DEPARTURE feels like a contemporary piece of European arthouse, but radiates the warmth and familiarity of the Best of British, writes Jack Toye.
SUFFRAGETTE gives a new voice to an important historical event while leaving space to reflect on women’s modern situation, writes Federica Roberti.
Edd Elliott reviews A Window In London, part of the BFI’s London on Film series.
Federica Roberti reviews the unusual and slow-burning thriller ROOM, adapted from Emma Donoghue’s best-selling novel, at the BFI London Film Festival.
At its best, SICARIO arrests attention and has a patience that draws out an incredibly tense atmosphere. Jim Ross reviews.
We spoke to producer Paul Andrews about his latest project, an Indiegogo campaign to fund a documentary on the life and legacy of gaming legend Sir Clive Sinclair.