Marking the directorial debut of Andy Serkis (War For The Planet of the Apes), Breathe arrives on digital download on February 19, 2018, and on Blu-ray™ and DVD on March 5, 2018, courtesy of STXinternational, a division of STX Entertainment, and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Based on the true... Read more
Inspirational opener for LFF 2017 In recent years, the London Film Festival has established a trend for opening with a worthy, issue-based film. The Imitation Game (2014), Suffragette (2015) and A United Kingdom (2016) are followed this year by Andy Serkis’ first released feature, Breathe, one which flies... Read more
Acclaimed actor Andy Serkis makes his feature directorial debut with Breathe, which is set to open the 61st BFI London Film Festival this October. Based on a script by twice Academy Award-nominated writer William Nicholson, Breathe is an inspirational true story of love without limits, and stars The Crown‘s... Read more
Arguably one of the most enthralling, emotional and powerful movies of the year so far, Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge is set for its home entertainment release and no doubt plenty will be flocking to the shops or pre-ordering online. The film, which notched up two Oscar wins among its... Read more
Screen veteran Andy Serkis steps behind the lens for his directorial debut, Breathe, starring The Crown’s Claire Foy.
This week’s release of John Lee Hancock’s The Founder brings the darker side of American big business to the fore. It’s the story of Ray Kroc, the milkshake machine salesman who discovered a revolutionary fast food outlet in California and turned it into the business that today feeds 1%... Read more
Mel Gibson’s directorial return is superb. Here’s our official review of Academy Award-nominee Hacksaw Ridge.
Today’s Oscar nominations have proven that influence of the people is more powerful than of the cinematic craft, and that is terrifying.
Martin Scorsese’s Silence, based on Shusaku Endo’s novel of the same name, has been twenty-five years in the making. It’s also a markedly unusual turn-out from the director of Taxi Driver, Gangs of New York and Wolf of Wall Street – although drenched in similar levels of violence and... Read more
Last month began my monthly feature, You Should Be Reading, with the end of what 2016 had to offer in terms of book adaptations. Now it’s time to step into the new year and to take a look at what adaptations are being released in January 2017. With two... Read more
The UK’s leading film critics picked their favourites from 2016 at yesterday’s nominations ceremony in London for the 37th annual Critics’ Circle Film Awards. Golden Globe nominee, Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight, tied with Whit Stillman’s Jane Austen parody, Love & Friendship, for the most nominations, receiving seven each. Behind them came Maren Ade’s German... Read more
As Awards Season gets closer, Variety have started their Actors on Actors interviews. Watch them right here.