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Film News: Release of ‘No Time to Die’ Postponed

No Time to Die, the upcoming James Bond movie and the last to feature Daniel Craig in the role, has been delayed by 7 months in light of the coronavirus outbreak and “careful consideration and thorough evaluation of the global theatrical marketplace”. The film, which features Ana de Armas, Rami Malek and Lashana Lynch is […]Read More

Film News: Robert Pattinson and Margaret Qualley to star in

After the beautiful and bizarre High Life saw blockbuster-star-turned-indie-darling Robert Pattinson team up with acclaimed French auter Claire Denis, the film industry’s most unlikely duo will reunite for a new project. In this adaptation of Denis Johnson’s 1986 novel, Pattinson will star alongside Margaret Qualley, who broke through in 2019 with her role of the […]Read More

Short Film Review: Art as Catharsis

Aside from Oscar-winners and Hollywood blockbusters, we at The Indiependent are all about supporting promising, hard-working and talented creatives that are aiming to carve their own career path in film. In this instance, we have Amber Bardell, a London/Surrey-based artist and filmmaker, who has created a 30-minute documentary entitled Art as Catharsis. As the title […]Read More

Film News: Rian Johnson announces details of Knives Out sequel

Earlier this month, Paramount announced that their critically acclaimed whodunnit, Knives Out, would be getting its very own sequel. Directed by Rian Johnson, the film was a hit with audiences and even earned itself an Oscar nomination for Best Original Screenplay. A lucky treat for the fans, Johnson shed some more light on the plans […]Read More

Theatre News: Lin-Manuel Miranda spills Hamilton film details

Lin-Manuel Miranda has provided Variety magazine with an update on the status of the Hamilton film, in a recent interview. With previous reports stating that Miranda’s pitch had caused a bidding war between a number of studios, including Netflix, he has now revealed that the film will be coming “sooner rather than later”. Variety have […]Read More

Film News: Nominations Announced for Oscars 2020

After an awards season rife with controversy, infighting and a lot of white men, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has revealed its list of Oscars nominations for the past twelve months of film. With some welcome surprises and a smidgeon more diversity than the BAFTAs could trudge up, there is also the […]Read More

Film News: Timothée Chalamet to star in Bob Dylan Biopic

Searchlight Pictures has just closed a deal on Going Electric, in which Timothée Chalamet will play a young incarnation of Bob Dylan as he made the jump from folk to rock music. One can’t help but feel excited about the news. A quick glance at James Mangold’s filmography immediately sets him up as a director […]Read More

Film News: Golden Globes 2020 Winners Revealed

Last night the stars descended on Los Angeles’ glitzy Beverly Hilton hotel for a prestigious evening of prize giving, celebrating the best films released in 2019. The Golden Globe awards are presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and whilst they’re well regarded as the start of the awards season, they aren’t always the best […]Read More

Eyes Wide Shut: 20 Years On

In a short documentary that screened prior to the 20th-anniversary re-release of Eyes Wide Shut, Warner Bros. VP Julian Senior reveals how Stanley Kubrick was “fascinated by holidays.” The director, who notoriously developed a fear of flying, just didn’t see the appeal. “What’s the point of holidays? What do they do?” He couldn’t grasp the […]Read More

Film Review: Little Women

Cinema has been a lot this year. We’ve seen Robert Pattinson masturbating furiously in a stinky sea enclave, people burnt alive at a Swedish summer retreat, sad space travel, an imaginary Hitler, doppelganger-horror, pop-terrorism – even a space dungeon with a fuckbox. And so to end the year with quiet naturalism, a U-rated family drama […]Read More

Film News: ‘Promising Young Woman’ Trailer Released

From the opening shot of the far-too-drunk Carey Mulligan alone in a club to the neon lights and orchestral version of “Toxic” playing in the background, Promising Young Woman  declares itself immediately as an intriguing film. This trailer has already captured the imagination of many across social media, and has placed itself firmly in support […]Read More

Film News: Baz Luhrmann set to adapt ‘The Master and

Australian writer and director Baz Luhrmann (known for films such as Romeo + Juliet and Moulin Rouge!) has recently been granted the rights to the classic Russian novel The Master and Margarita. The news follows the cast announcement of Luhrmann’s other upcoming film as he recently jumped on the biopic bandwagon. Following Bryan Singer’s Bohemian […]Read More