The Souvenir – Review

In the early 1980s, a young woman from a wealthy background enrols in a prestigious film school in London. Julie (Honor Swinton-Byrne), from a incredibly privileged background, is struggling with her ambition to make a film about an impoverished family in Thatcher's Britain, but finds her cosy life upended when she enters a romantic relationship... Continue Reading →

The first trailer for Waves rolls in

Waves, Trey Edward Shults' follow-up to his acclaimed debut Krisha and mainstream breakthrough It Comes at Night, has finally dropped a trailer. The film, a journey through a South Florida family's healing after a loss, has already been acclaimed following screenings at Telluride and will also play at Toronto. Peter Debruge of Variety noted that... Continue Reading →

Pain & Glory – Review

Despite the immaculate dress sense, wild salt-and-pepper hair and a certain similarity in their choice of subject matter, Antonio Banderas isn't portraying movie director Pedro Almodovar here. But as Salvador Mallo, beloved director of Spanish cinema, you'd be forgiven for making the mistake. 

Blinded by the Light – Review

Gurinder Chadha's follow-up to the Delhi-set Viceroy's House brings us a little closer to home - Luton, in fact - with this moving real-life tale of a British Asian teen in 1987 who pursues his dreams with a shot in the arm from the music of Bruce Springsteen.

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