My Life In Films: Sarah Storer

Growing up, I have always been surrounded by films, mainly through my own discovery. Each phase of my life can be summarised by a film I have watched. As I have matured, so has my taste in films. The ones I adored when I was younger will always have a special place in my heart. […]Read More

Nominations Announced for the 78th Golden Globe Awards

Award Season officially began this afternoon as nominations were announced by Sarah Jessica Parker and Taraji P Henson. The Golden Globes is an annual ceremony that honours achievements in the TV and film industries. The ceremony is usually held in early January, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been postponed to 28 February. […]Read More

Trailer Released for ‘French Exit’ Starring Michelle Pfeiffer

The first trailer for Michelle Pfeiffer’s latest film French Exit has been released, ahead of its February 2021 release date. French Exit is directed by Azazel Jacobs and is based on Patrick DeWitt’s novel of the same name, who also adapted the screenplay. The film sees Pfeiffer as Frances, an American socialite who uses the […]Read More

‘Endless’ Attempts A Fresh Take on A Ghost Story: Review

After her boyfriend dies in a tragic car accident, Riley (Alexandra Shipp) is determined to prove to others – and herself – they can still have a connection beyond the grave. Endless begins with the stereotypical teen struggles: disapproving parents, first relationships, college choices. Riley grapples with all three as they slowly start to become […]Read More

Ethan Hawke To Direct Docu-Film About Paul Newman and Joanne

Actor Ethan Hawke is set to direct a documentary about the lives of Hollywood stars Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward. Hawke promises to provide a “rare and exclusive look at the careers of both actors and a complex 50-year relationship that ultimately managed to beat incredible odds.” He recently provided a list of his favourite […]Read More

First Look at Gia Coppola’s new Film ‘Mainstream’

The first stills of Gia Coppola’s second film, Mainstream, have been released following its premiere at the Venice Film Festival. Co-written and directed by Coppola, granddaughter of The Godfather director Francis Ford Coppola, Mainstream is a satirical take on the social media influencer lifestyle and industry in Los Angeles. Starring Stranger Things’ Maya Hawke in […]Read More

A new free cinema audio tour arrives at Leicester Square

Leicester Square has launched its first movie audio walking tour, a free outing available for the whole family. Coinciding with its Scenes in the Square statue trail which opened to the public in February, the audio tour highlights eight icons throughout a century of cinema. Presented by Sky Cinema’s Alex Zane, the audio tour features […]Read More