To commemorate the release of the new GREAT EXPECTATIONS, Mike Levy reveals the whereabouts of one of the world’s greatest literary treasures. The answer will surprise you.
Mike Levy remembers seeing the original Beatles made-for-TV monochrome movie on Boxing Day 1967. At CFF the sparkling new print re-ignited memories and a brand-new affection for the film.
Mike Levy thinks that DELICACY has the power to make you feel good about feel-good movies.
Mike Levy takes in THE GOSPEL OF US – an astonishingly bold creation and a ravishing assault on the senses.
LE HAVRE oozes with charm and wit, with a very offbeat take on a serious contemporary theme, according to Mike Levy.
RIP Henry Kenneth Alfred Russell (3 July 1927 – 27 November 2011). TAKE ONE writers pay tribute to their favourite Russell films.
Mike Levy reviews Federico Veiroj’s philosophical tale of a struggling arthouse
“Henry Morris” is a documentary made by young filmmakers from Sawston about the eponymous father of the Cambridgeshire village college movement in the 1930s.
In Carina Molier’s utterly enchanting documentary, we follow part of a very disjointed and unsettling journey – that of OG, a young woman from Zimbabwe, and the eponymous long-distance friend of the director.