A tender, touching, and painfully beautiful love story, Call Me By Your Name will steal your heart and wreck...
Charming, sincere, and frequently hilarious, Brigsby Bear has all the necessities for an indie movie hit. If you’ve managed...
A unique take on the “coming of age” genre, Ava is a mesmerising first feature. It would be easy to make parallels with Andrea Arnold’s free-spirited American Honey (2016) and Marielle Heller’s controversial The Diary of a Teenage Girl (2015), and whilst it is very much cut from the... Read more
Charming, sincere, and frequently hilarious, Brigsby Bear has all the necessities for an indie movie hit. If you’ve managed to avoid trailers prior to watching this film so as not to gauge what this film will be about, its opening moments manage to do little to clarify exactly what... Read more
Energetic, thoughtful, and surprisingly relevant look at the explosion of a pop culture phenomenon on a sun-drenched Venice Beach in the 1980s. It’s undeniably a bit of a niche topic for a documentary, and indeed the issues this documentary ends up exploring, seem a far cry away from the... Read more
The official line up for the 61st London Film Festival has been unveiled on the BFI website. The event kicks off with the Opening Night Gala on the evening of Wednesday 4th October, with the directorial debut of Andy Serkis – Breathe, starring Andrew Garfield and Claire Foy. The... Read more
Viewers beware: these new clips from Raw are not for the faint-hearted!Read more