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6 films to watch if you liked ‘Call Me By

Soft blue shirts, ripe peaches, rustling sheet music, urgent kisses. When Call Me By Your Name was released in 2017, people fell in love with not just the story, but with the very fabric of the filmmaking. Eschewing the frigidity of Hollywood cinema and winning legions of fans perhaps not used to slower cinema, the […]Read More

Film News: Trailer and Poster for Wes Anderson’s ‘The French

The highly anticipated trailer for Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch has finally been released, and it looks like it could be his most ‘Wes Anderson’ film yet. The trailer is packed with intriguing storylines, incredible actors and stunning visuals – more than enough to excite any cinema fan. This will be Anderson’s first live action […]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 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

London Film Festival Review: The King

Tonally confused and accidentally hilarious, David Michôd’s big-budget Medieval caper The King is an unbelievably silly film – and only half the cast seem to be aware of it. Starring Timothée Chalamet as King Henry V and Joel Edgerton as Falstaff, we follow King Henry/Prince Hal as he goes from binge-drinking to the battlefield, navigating […]Read More

Film News: “The King” Trailer Released

Sporting some seriously striking visuals along with some equally striking haircuts, the first trailer for David Michôd’s The King has dropped and sees Academy Award nominee Timothée Chalamet taking on a Shakespearian tour de force as Henry V. Co-starring and co-written by Joel Edgerton, along with support from Lily-Rose Depp, Ben Mendelsohn and Robert Pattinson […]Read More

Film News: BFI London Film Festival Line-Up Is Its Most

After a dismally un-diverse announcement from the Venice Film Festival, the BFI has flexed its programming muscles to bring us a London Film Festival line-up announcement that’s both diverse and exciting, packed with hotly-anticipated releases and exhibiting the work of up-and-coming filmmakers. With 60% of the films in competition being directed by women, the announcement […]Read More

Film News: “Little Women” Trailer Released

Fresh from the triumph of her directorial debut Lady Bird, Greta Gerwig is back with her sophomore feature: an adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women, for which the trailer has finally dropped. But, rather than taking the linear narrative path, this adaptation promises to tackle the source material’s prevalent themes in what will hopefully […]Read More

Film News: Venice Film Festival Lineup Announced

Following on from TIFF’s recent lineup announcement, the Venice Film Festival has just announced the films that will be competing for the prestigious Golden Lion this year, previously won in 2018 by Roma. However, although some exciting films appear on the lineup, critics have been quick to point out the lack of women on the […]Read More

Film News: Timothée Chalamet Set to Star in New Wes

Timothée Chalamet is rumoured to be starring in Wes Anderson’s tenth feature-length film, a “love letter to journalists” called The French Dispatch. Allegedly, the film will depict a US newspaper office set against the backdrop of France during World War II. Chalamet and Anderson would make an indie dream-team, with Chalamet’s charm and humble demeanour […]Read More

Film News: Rebecca Ferguson in talks to play Lady Jessica

Rumours are circling that Rebecca Ferguson is the most recent addition to the cast of Denis Villeneuve’s Dune film adaptation. With roles in big franchises such as Mission Impossible, Ferguson would rise to the challenge of playing a leading role in the eagerly anticipated adaptation of the biggest sci-fi novel of all time. Ferguson is […]Read More