As the only person seen on screen for the full duration of Warren Dudley’s tense and enthralling Cage, Lucy Quinlan has a mammoth task upon her hands and provides a striking and incredible performance to help drive the film’s rather strong...
This week, we were lucky enough to be invited to Lucasfilm and X3 Production’s fabulous new Star Wars exhibition – Star Wars Identities – at The O2 Arena in North Greenwich, London. Open until 3rd September, this fantastic interactive...
Everybody has one absolute classic film that they haven’t seen, right? The film that will come up time and time again, and excuses for not having seen it get weaker and weaker each time. At Filmoria, our ‘I’ve Never Seen’ feature...
As the only person seen on screen for the full duration of Warren Dudley’s tense and enthralling Cage, Lucy Quinlan has a mammoth task upon her hands and provides a striking and incredible performance to help drive the film’s rather strong narrative to an impressive level. Taking time out to talk to Filmoria, Lucy spoke to us about the process of making the film, how it was being the sole actress on screen and what the future holds… Congratulations... Read more
This week, we were lucky enough to be invited to Lucasfilm and X3 Production’s fabulous new Star Wars exhibition – Star Wars Identities – at The O2 Arena in North Greenwich, London. Open until 3rd September, this fantastic interactive experience takes fans inside the heart of A Galaxy Far, Far Away, by offering a new perspective on our beloved intergalactic heroes. Star Wars Identities’ foundation is built upon the two figures... Read more
Each week, one of the Filmoria team digs deep into the cinematic archives and chooses a film they’ve never seen before – one that’s regarded as a classic. This week, Freda Cooper goes back to the 90s for a large slice of Tarantino. With cheese. How I’ve managed to lead a Pulp Fiction-free life I honestly don’t know, and it’s made all the more staggering by the fact that I was blown away by Reservoir Dogs – the style, the classical... Read more
Some of the greatest film performances of all time have come from young stars. Over the years, plenty of child actors, from Jodie Foster to Dakota Fanning, have proven that age and experience don’t necessarily dictate talent. With these memorable roles, these kids not only earned critical acclaim, but also showed that they have acting chops on par with some of Hollywood’s finest. To celebrate the release of The Fits on DVD March 20, we take a... Read more
The fascination with a double life consistently fascinates cinema audiences, with some of the most thrilling narratives examining what it must be like to live a life that no one knows you’re actually living… To celebrate the release of Power Rangers on March 24, we take a look at some of the best films that have put hidden identities at the heart of their iconic characters. SUPERMAN Based on the beloved DC Comics character Superman, the charming... Read more
It is a simple, incontrovertible fact that few things make love burn brighter than being told it’s not allowed – Shakespeare had this figured out centuries ago when he wrote ‘Romeo & Juliet’ and forbidden love has been a mainstay of the silver screen since the earliest silent stars gazed lovingly at one another only to be torn apart by whichever nefarious means. Of course, it’s not just warring families or pre-existing betrothals that... Read more
Everybody has one absolute classic film that they haven’t seen, right? The film that will come up time and time again, and excuses for not having seen it get weaker and weaker each time. At Filmoria, our ‘I’ve Never Seen’ feature allows all of our writers to finally banish that monkey that’s hanging over our backs, with ET, Psycho and The Goonies amongst the entries so far. I had that. I hadn’t seen Gone with the... Read more
We recently profiled our 20 Must-See Movies Still to Come in 2017, which showcased the very best in the forthcoming blockbuster entertaining ready to storm your local multiplex over the coming months. However you might be wondering about those slighter, more obscure titles that aren’t as likely to break box-office records, but will almost certainly define the cinematic year; well, wonder no longer as we at Filmoria have you covered! From... Read more
We’re now just a few weeks away from seeing the live-action realisation of mind-blowing Manga movie, Ghost in the Shell, and whilst diehard fans will be chomping at the bit to see Major Kusanagi kicking butt on the big screen, there might still be some of you who are still a little “Who in the What”? Never fear, we’ve got you covered with this beginner’s guide! Plug in and prepare yourselves, as we upload all the Ghost in the Shell facts... Read more
Each week one of the Filmoria team delves into the cinema archives to pick out a film that they feel rather ashamed that they’ve never seen, especially with many regarding these films as ‘classics’. This week, Darryl Griffiths visits A Terrence Malick tour-de-force… To me, Terrence Malick has always had a remarkable ability to unearth a transcendent beauty and truth within a frame, that at first glance is seemingly sparse and... Read more
To note every single inspirational female figure in the film industry would take a lifetime. The silver screen’s rich history is laden with remarkable women, whose innovation, intellect, and artistry has helped render one of the most beautiful and universally-celebrated mediums on the planet. In celebration of International Women’s Day 2017, we have selected just a finite few from the ginormous assortment, whose contributions to cinema... Read more
Manchester United And Manchester City, Liverpool and Everton, Tom and Jerry, Rick Grimes and Negan; the world is filled with rivals who will do anything in their power to get one over on the other and the film industry isn’t too far from that, specifically when it comes to the rivalry between comic book entities, Marvel and DC. While the majority of audiences tend to lean towards the lighter and more comedic side, in the exceptionally profitable... Read more