Interview with Director-Producer Robert Rippberger
Filmoria sat down with Director-Producer Robert Rippberger, from Aletheia Films, to talk about his latest film project he’s producing...
BFI Flare 2018 – Freak Show Review
Let your freak flag fly! In a year that is seeing Love, Simon making a genuine case for a...
The Extreme Disaster Movies With An Edge
We’re probably all pretty proud of our multitasking skills, but nobody manages to juggle two tasks quite like a...
American Pastoral (2016) Review

Chris Haydon reviews period drama American Pastoral – the directorial debut from Ewan McGregor.

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Will Smith’s Collateral Beauty Lands New Trailer

Will Smith leads an all-star cast in the profoundly moving drama Collateral Beauty. Here’s the brand new trailer.

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It’s Amy Adams’ Turn For Oscar Glory…

Chris Haydon gives his thoughts on why Arrival and Nocturnal Animals lead actress Amy Adams deserves the Academy Award in 2017.

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UK Trailer For Oscar Hopeful Jackie Arrives

Natalie Portman’s central performance as First Lady Jackie Kennedy has been impressing critics world-over. Check out the UK trailer for Jackie right here.

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Nocturnal Animals (2016) Review

Our reviewer Chris Haydon gives his verdict on Tom Ford’s sumptuous Nocturnal Animals, starring Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal.

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New Poster For UK Release Of Sully
Tom Hanks may have been setting the YouTube community alight with his simply hilarious character David S. Pumpkins following his Saturday Night Live stint over Halloween weekend, but he has a much more serious upcoming role heading to our shores. Sully, set for release in the UK on 2nd... Read more
Bourne Again: Jason Bourne Review
Four years ago, the popular Bourne franchise took somewhat of a misstep when it decided to divert from its lead character and introduce Jeremy Renner as its focal point. Thankfully, after The Bourne Legacy didn’t quite match up to the dizzying heights that the partnership of director Paul Greengrass... Read more
5 Books That Would Be Perfect for the Small Screen
Books may seem to be a obvious starting point for a television series these days – after the enormous success of Game of Thrones, snapping up the latest best-seller to become a series seems a clear move. Here are some of the titles we think would make the next... Read more
Review: Mr Robot Season 2 Premiere
Mr Robot has existed at the forefront of its medium from its very first episode. The USA Network, somehow gaining an inherent understanding of television’s relationship with the internet overnight, released the first episode of its risky new drama online a month before its broadcast on television – and... Read more
Review: The Fundamentals of Caring
Disability in film is often portrayed in a mist of gloom. The Intouchables went some way to undo the trope of the tragically disabled in 2011, but box office hit You Before Me (sold as a rom-com right up until that finale visit to Dignitas) reverted straight back to... Read more