“And then one day the invisible man decided: ‘I will make them see me…’” John Cheshire reviews A MONSTER CALLS at BFI London Film Fest!
Ben Johnston discusses our obsession with seeing our favourite musicians on the big screen.
Blackmoor is a short film that will be featured during the Cambridge film Festival as part of the Short Fusion: Contravention strand. Shot on location on the Devon Coast and in East London, the drama stars Gwilym Lloyd (Royal Shakespeare Company), Stacha Hicks (David Brent: Life on the Road, Captain Phillips) and Matthew Jure (Grantchester, [...]
Franklin Laviola recommends the best still to come at this year’s New York Film Festival.
What was it like to be in the Beatles at the height of Beatlemania? Ron Howard’s documentary lets us peek into the centre of the storm.
Ira Sachs eschews melodrama in favour of a beautifully underplayed sense of life taking its complicated course in LITTLE MEN.
ONE MORE TIME WITH FEELING: in which the ever enigmatic, knowing artifice of Nick Cave is brought down to earth by the trauma that all parents fear.
WIENER DOG lies somewhere between the comfortable, warm sofa and the miserable, cold doghouse, writes John Cheshire.
Studiocanal and Emfoundation are pleased to announce the release of a new restoration of the 1962 classic A KIND OF LOVING. Andrew Nickolds reviews.
Andrew Nickolds reviews WEINER, a fast paced verite film that unfolds like a modern Shakespearean tragedy.