A charming indie comedy that defies expectations has some particularly fascinating things to say about friendship and everyday life....
A tender, touching, and painfully beautiful love story, Call Me By Your Name will steal your heart and wreck...
Bittersweet love story which fails to leave a lasting taste. In 2015’s Brooklyn, Irish born actress Saoirse Ronan was truly magnificent and 2017 sees her star in another romantic drama, this time in On Chesil Beach; an adaptation of the Ian McEwan novella of the same name. At only... Read more
Up close and personal with the former President Obama in this powerful and stirring documentary. Samantha Power, United States Ambassador to the United Nations sits in a room with assembled notable political women, her children, and other friends. With a selection of crudités out in front of them there... Read more
The first poster for the upcoming release of the big screen version of Journey’s End has been unveiled and it boasts an impressive cast and some striking imagery from a war film that promises much intrigue. Based on RC Sherriff’s play and novel of the same name, Journey’s... Read more
The power of imagination and storytelling, wonderfully realised in this documentary-animation hybrid. It might be a little too early to make a call on the best documentary at this year’s Oscars, but based on this debut film from Aaron & Amanda Kopp, you might just want to put an... Read more
Aidan Gillen plays “that bloke off the telly” in a meandering and meta character study of a struggling actor. With notable appearances in TV shows such as Game of Thrones and The Wire, as well as appearing in 2016’s surprise hit film, Sing Street, Aidan Gillen is becoming more... Read more
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
On Friday 17th November 2017, the Sundance Film Festival favourite and outrageous social media satire, Ingrid Goes West hits cinemas across the UK. Starring Aubrey Plaza (Parks and Recreation), Elizabeth Olsen (Avengers: Age Of Ultron), O’Shea Jackson Jr. (Straight Outta Compton), Wyatt Russell (22 Jump Street) and Billy Magnussen... 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 weekend begins with sad news today, as it has been confirmed that Harry Dean Stanton passed away yesterday in Los Angeles. The renowned character actor and musician had a career that spanned 6 decades, consisting of memorable supporting roles of offbeat characters. He found mainstream success in... Read more
Set for its European premiere at this year’s London Film Festival at the May Fair Hotel gala, Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool is already one of the most anticipated films of the festival gracing our capital and now you can get a little sense of what to expect... 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