As the release of Sharknado 5 on SyFy slowly reaches us, we caught up with one of its stars,...
As the only person seen on screen for the full duration of Warren Dudley’s tense and enthralling Cage, Lucy...
We caught up with debutant writer-director Nicolas Pesce to discuss his bloodcurdling horror, The Eyes of My Mother.
As the release of Sharknado 5 on SyFy slowly reaches us, we caught up with one of its stars, Masiela Lusha, as she reflected on her character Gemini and why the fans are so integral to this ever-audacious film series… Sharknado 5 is on the horizon and you’re returning... Read more
Cat videos on the internet are two a penny, but documentary, Kedi, is a different breed altogether. Filmed entirely in Istanbul, it’s an intimate and affectionate look at the city’s street cats. For hundreds of years, cats have roamed its historic streets, wandering in and out of people’s lives and... Read more
Filmoria sat down with actress, Ashlee Macropoulos to talk about the second season kick-off of the EMMY-nominated TV show ‘This Just In’ and her role in the new drama film ‘Glass Jaw’. Congratulations on the shows EMMY-nomination Ashlee! Can you tell us about ‘This Just In’? ‘This Just In’... Read more
Set for UK release in just over a week’s time, Despicable Me 3 promises to be yet another animated caper delivering plentiful laughs from Illumination Entertainment’s most popular characters. With the Minions no doubt in mischievous form and Gru (Steve Carell) reunited with his brother Dru, this new chapter... Read more
The first of two big screen portrayals of Winston Churchill arrives in cinemas this week. Jonathan Teplitzky’s Churchill stars Brian Cox in the title role, with Miranda Richardson as his wife, Clemmy. Originally scheduled for the end of this year, Joe Wright’s Darkest Hour, with Gary Oldman as Churchill,... Read more
Sundance Utah hit comedy, The Big Sick, transferred to Sundance London in advance of its UK cinema release in July. With the London festival in full swing, Filmoria’s Freda Cooper talked to its director Michael Showalter about how a top Bollywood star became part of the cast, as well as his own... Read more
Making its first appearance in the UK at this year’s Sundance London, urban action movie Bushwick catapults the residents of the New York suburb into an invasion scenario – but one where the enemy is neither alien nor foreign. Filmoria’s Freda Cooper grabbed a few minutes at the busy... Read more
A talented individual who has been in the industry for some decades now, Tom Malloy is a man who plies his trade on a variety of fronts, from acting to writing, by way of producing and even a bit of comedy along the way. Having broke onto the scene... Read more
British cinema re-locates its tradition of tough, emotional dramas from its usual urban setting into the countryside this week with the arrival of The Levelling, the first feature from director/writer Hope Dickson Leach. Set against the backdrop of the devastating 2014 floods in Somerset, the film examines how one... Read more
After over 50 years as an actor, James Cosmo is one of the most recognisable faces on the big and small screen. By the time his breakthrough role came along in Braveheart (1995), he’d already starred in nine films and over 70 TV movies and series. Those craggy features... Read more
Photo: Ricky Middlesworth Having filmed with both Marvel heroes in Chris Evans and Tom Holland for the upcoming Gifted and Spider-Man: Homecoming respectively, young star Jona Xiao is certainly working with some incredible talent at current and, having also starred in Keeping With The Joneses most recently, she’s adding... Read more
Filmoria sat down with lead actor, Alex Chang to talk about his latest comedy TV show ‘Pete and Whitely’ and new post-WWII period drama ‘Pao’. Can you tell us about your recent comedy ‘Pete and Whitely’? Absolutely! The show is essentially a satirical look at behind-the-counter life in a... Read more