As a first-time feature film director, it should come as no surprise that Daniel Wolfe’s upcoming debut Catch Me Daddy
Keeping faithful to the novel, Dibb’s Suite Francaise is indicative of the intricacies both collaberating and staunch solitude give rise to during war. In cinemas 13 March 2015.
What Godard is offering is as challenging as any of his works in the past five decades, something cinephiles will feel compelled to watch but makes no concessions to a general audience. In cinemas 13 March 2015.
Award season may have finally come to a close for another year, but its lingering fallout will continue to live
Peter Strickland’s previous film Berberian Sound Studio used very considered, almost avant garde imagery and editing to show the inner
We’re seriously missing a look into the private sphere of these two men, any insight into what their relationship actually means. The story feels like it’s more about the loss of property than the separation of a couple. In cinemas 13 February 2015.
This film is neither self-expression nor collaboration. It is the product of being duty bound to see a project through conception to execution despite there being no real desire on the film-maker’s part to actually make the film.
One thing The Godfather films failed to show us was any attempt on Michael Corleone’s part to actually take his
Films such as this are important reminders of why wars are such tragic and devastating events. In cinemas 16 January 2015.
is it normal that this man never seems aware of his own blood lust? He’s only ever troubled by the friends he lost, not by the lives he’s taken. It’s problematic to a thinking audience, but not to Clint Eastwood it seems. In cinemas 16 January 2015.