All posts tagged film

  • Movie review
    Finding Vivian Maier

    “We all choose what we want the world to know about us. And yet in the e...

  • Movie review
    Love Me Till Monday

    Director and screenwriter Justin Hardy has hit the screen with his low-budg...

  • Movie review
    God’s Pocket

    John Slattery’s God’s Pocket is a gloomy tale of a small town in Philadelphia ...

  • Movie review
    The Hooligan Factory

    Nick Nevern stars and directs in The Hooligan Factory, claimed by the film...

  • Sundance London 2014
    They Came Together

    It seemed as though the age of cinematic parody had come...

  • Sundance London 2014
    Little Accidents

    Award-winning writer and director Sara Colangelo has rewor...

  • Movie review
    The Wind Rises

    Hayao Miyazaki is one of the world’s great storytellers. For the past 30 years h...

  • Movie review
    Khumba

    Khumba is a South African animated children’s film with some strong themes. It follows the...

  • Sundance London 2014
    Drunktown’s Finest

    With the name Drunktown’s Finest one would be excus...

  • Sundance London 2014
    Memphis

    Some films grip the viewer by the throat from the first minute and do...