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Jean-Luc Godard – The Political Film Theorist

Jean-Luc Godard shouldn’t be looked at as a filmmaker who also wrote political film theory but the other way around. Godard was a political film theorist first and last and his films, at least in his early period, can be seen as visual demonstrations of his broad-ranging critical thought. Godard’s name is inextricably linked to […]

Black Mass

Black Mass is an apt title for this caustic tale of manipulation, racketeering and murder that centres on a collaboration of arrogance and breathtaking stupidity between the FBI and organised crime boss, James ‘Whitey’ Bulger, played here with menace and chilling intensity by Johnny Depp. For more than a decade – until his capture in […]

Bridge of Spies

When the names Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks and Joel and Ethan Coen are on the same film, you might expect something quite special and most probably Oscar worthy. With Bridge of Spies; a Cold War thriller, your expectations will most certainly be met. This is truly a masterful achievement from Spielberg – a film that […]

The Fallen Idol

There was an article in The Guardian last week asking if privacy was a 20th-century anomaly; with CCTV cameras on every building, it’s easy to miss the days when you could get on with your life without someone stood over your shoulder. The Fallen Idol, rereleased on DVD, Blu-ray and EST by StudioCanal next Monday, […]

The Hallow

The Hallow is an Anglo Irish psychological fantasy horror, directed by debutant Corin Hardy, following a young couple who up sticks for an idyllic rural life among the trees of one of Ireland’s most ancient forests. Unfortunately, Adam (played by Joseph Mawle) is a surveyor for a large corporation that has designs on the area’s […]

Misery Loves Comedy

Do you have to be miserable to be funny? Through anecdotes and discussion, this age-old question is the apparent focus for new documentary, Misery Loves Comedy. As a question often put to comedians, and perhaps even more since the death of Robin Williams, to whom this documentary is dedicated, director Kevin Pollak has compiled the […]

Slow West

Slow West is the debut full-length feature from musician turned writer-director John McLean. Previously a member of seminal Scottish folk-weirdoes The Beta Band, his musical background and taste for eccentricity is clear to see in this, a twisted, unconventional subversion of a traditional Western. The film follows Jay Cavendish (Kodi Smit-McPhee) and Silas (Michael Fassbender) […]

London Film Festival 2015

That annual 12-day celebration of cinema has just ended and once again served as a barometer of quality throughout the industry. This year’s selection was of a particularly high standard, although there was the occasional disappointment, and gave the public a valuable opportunity to catch the latest works by some of the world’s most eminent […]


Ah, Joe Wright what have you done? The director who brought us the tightly choreographed beauty of Atonement (2007) and the neatly played Pride and Prejudice (2005), has pitched his tent in Neverland and reimagined JM Barrie’s classic characters with a panache-free mix of poor acting, ropey CGI and noise in the fantasy adventure, Pan. […]

Now and Forever

Now and Forever, based on the play The Orchard Walls by R.F. Delderfield, tells the story of a romance between Janette, played by Janette Scott, and Mike, played by Vernon Gray. Both are young and from different backgrounds, and after realising that they will not be allowed to be together, they decide to elope to […]

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