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‘Summer of 85’ is a Moving Queer Love Story: Review

Mischa Alexander reviews François Ozon’s Summer of 85, a touching queer love story set in France in the 1980s. Summer romance films are never going to get old, are they? There’s something about the bright colours, the enviable climate and the tranquil settings that make all of us lean in and wish we could watch […]Read More

‘Frida Kahlo’ – The Love, Life and Loneliness of an

Frida Kahlo, the latest documentary film by Exhibition on Screen, is an in-depth and immersive look into the life of the iconic Mexican artist. Directed by Ali Ray, it goes beyond the bright colours, bold brows and traditional Tehuana styling for which Kahlo is known and delves deeper into her story, who she was as […]Read More

Trailer Released for ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’

The 2017 West End Musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie has moved audiences and critics alike with its heart-warming and joyful capturing of Jamie’s illustrious life. Lucky us: it’s now headed for the big screen. Everybody’s Talking About Jamie stars Max Harwood as 16-year-old Jamie New, who has vivid dreams of becoming a drag queen. The […]Read More

Horror Films, Cowardice and Me

In the run-up to Halloween, many film lovers want to watch a bloodcurdling horror. For others, the scariest film they can imagine watching is either The Addams Family or The Nightmare Before Christmas. Personally, I would happily remain on a strict diet of any movie with romantic walks in autumnal parks and well-knitted sweaters. The […]Read More

‘Body of Water’ is a poignant look at the impact

Trigger Warning: This article contains references to eating disorder behaviours. After working as an acclaimed war photographer, Stephanie begins to document her own internal war against a terrifying disease in Body of Water. Body of Water violently breaks down barriers and forces the viewer to face a reality that is huge in our society, but […]Read More

James McAvoy and Claire Foy Cast in Unusual Thriller ‘My

James McAvoy has been cast in a thriller where he will play the father of a missing boy—with no script. Everyone else in the film, including Claire Foy, will have a script, but McAvoy will have to solve the mystery himself. In My Son, an adaptation of Mon Garcon (2017), James McAvoy will travel to […]Read More

Amazon release gripping trailer for ‘Sound of Metal’

Sound of Metal is the directorial feature debut by Darius Marder, co-written with his brother Abraham Marder. His past work includes a screenwriting credit for The Place Beyond The Pines, a sometimes overlooked neo-noir masterpiece from 2012 starring Bradley Cooper and Ryan Gosling. The excitement around this film has been building to a substantial buzz […]Read More

Trailer Released For Horror Sequel ‘The Craft: Legacy’

Park your broomsticks and fire up your cauldrons, the trailer for The Craft sequel has been conjured. Directed and written by Zoe Lister-Jones and produced by Blumhouse Productions and Red Wagon Entertainment, The Craft: Legacy continues 20 years after the original. Similar to the original, The Craft: Legacy follows Hannah (Cailee Spaeny) as she moves […]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

Harry Styles & Lily James In Talks To Star In

Harry Styles and Lily James are in negotiations to star in Amazon Studios’ forthcoming adaptation of Bethan Roberts’ novel My Policeman, Deadline reported on Friday. My Policeman will be directed by Michael Grandage, with an adapted screenplay written by Ron Nyswaner. The screenwriter was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for his […]Read More

Everything You Need To Know About Building a Portfolio

2017 was the worst year of my life. Having finished college with A-levels a hair’s width from failure, I decided that my best bet would be finding a programming apprenticeship with the little knowledge I had attained. I was somehow even less successful than you’d expect. However, I was able to learn something from this […]Read More

First Look At ‘Nomadland’ Starring Frances McDormand

With the festival circuit and the film industry as a whole attempting to adapt and steadily pick up the pieces following wide-spread lockdown, Chloé Zhao’s second feature has been teased with a trailer lasting less than a minute. Already beginning to garner rave reviews from the Toronto International Film Festival, Nomadland, its director and lead […]Read More