Ezra Sharpe explains how delving into the works of the 20th century philosopher Jean-Paul Satre helped him come to terms with his strange dislike of Damien Chazelle’s popular and and critically acclaimed La La Land.
Riana Modi previews Jazz Hands Productions’ new film, ‘Lost Connection’.
Oscar Jelley explains why he believes the greatest period dramas acknowledge strict rules of manners and etiquette.
Oscar Jelley reviews the BBC film ‘Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and the Legendary Tapes’, which explores the life of electronic composer Delia Derbyshire.
Freddie Hull reviews Netflix’s controversial documentary film ‘Seaspiracy’, looking at both its cinematic approach and the issues it raises.
Oscar Jelley explores the themes present in Ildikó Enyedi’s 1989 film “My 20th Century”.
Ben Holden looks at the cinematic trope of Chekhov’s Gun and explains his love for Edgar Wright’s ‘Hot Fuzz’.
Chris Jones reviews three films on show at the BFI Flare London LGBTIQ+ Film Festival.
Tariq Sinnetamby reviews Capone (2020), exploring whether Josh Trank’s new take on the classic story pays off.
I have reached new levels of pretension. I am now writing on a black and white silent Japanese film from 1932. I’m literally the fucking worst. But also, I’m the absolute best. Have you seen I Was Born, But…? Didn’t think so, philistine. Translating myself, I am now writing on a genuinely wonderful film. The Read More…