Day One at Cannes Film Festival: In which Jack pops his TGV cherry, fends off French queues and goes to an English pub by mistake.
Following its recent screening at Cambridge Arts Picturehouse, Wyndham Wise offers the first-time viewer a sort of “Rebel Without A Cause” For Dummies.
FRUITVALE STATION highlights how hard it can be to stay on the right track when the odds are stacked against you. We spoke to the director at Sundance London.
Hiu Chan speaks to Tibetan director Pema Tsedan at the fourth annual Chinese Visual Festival.
Jeremiah Humphreys, a long time fan of Veronica Roth’s “Divergent” novel, looks at Neil Burger’s adaptation, which screened at Norwich Film Festival.
Jeremy Saulnier’s tense and twitchy revenge drama offers plenty of suspense and a strong central performance from Macon Blair, writes Gavin Midgley.
After our interview with Crispin was cut short, we got in touch with his brilliant dad, Bruce, who offered some insights into his own acting career and teaching philosophy.
Leanne Tyers speaks to actor, auteur, artist and performer Crispin Glover about Timothy Carey, Andy Kaufman, guilty pleasures and the monomyth.
John Michael McDonagh’s black comedy drama reveals a 21st century Ireland unmoored from the old certainties of the past, writes Jim Moore.
We spoke to Marjane “Persepolis” Satrapi at Sundance, about THE VOICES – a surprisingly funny film featuring an abundance of dismembered body parts stacked in Tupperware.