Fierce and unflinchingly brutal, Kornél Mundruczó’s White God is an unsettling Hungarian allegory brimming with passion, imagination and socio-political resonance.
Every dog will have his day – and at the LFF 2014, they did. Several days. And very many dogs, as those who saw White God can confirm.Read More
Bookended by battle stages of the Second World War, the 58th London Film Festival takes the sound and the fury to the home front, as human relationships come under fire.Read More
Fury by Alexa Dalby Brad Pitt stars in a gruesome Second World War movie with an ultra-high body count scripted and directed by David…Read More
The Face Of An Angel by Mark Wilshin Fictionally based on the trial of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito for the murder of Meredith…Read More
Far From Men Freely adapted from Albert Camus’ The Guest, David Oelhoffen’s Far From Men stars Viggo Mortensen as the pied noir schoolteacher and…Read More
Winter Sleep by Mark Wilshin With a credit list that includes Chekhov, Shakespeare, Dostoyevsky and Voltaire, it’s no surprise that Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s Winter…Read More
Elegant, beautiful, magical and affecting, Tomm Moore’s Song Of The Sea is a touchstone for the continued importance of hand-drawn animation.
Son Of A Gun by Mark Wilshin As 19-year old first-time prisoner JR, Brenton Thwaites is so pretty it’s no wonder he’s terrified of…Read More
Jauja Filmed in a stunning 4:3 aspect ratio with rounded corners, Lisandro Alonso’s Jauja creates an intriguing story of Danish engineer Captain Dinesen travelling…Read More
The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby – Them Following two separate releases of Ned Benson’s The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby – Him and – Her…Read More
Set to a pulse-pounding soundtrack, Girlhood encapsulates the careless, giddy energy of teendom, but much like its protagonist, is a little confused with its…Read More
Marc Quinn – Making Waves by Mark Wilshin A year in the life of artist Marc Quinn, infamous for the bust of his own…Read More
Carell, Ruffalo and Tatum are a stellar triumvirate in this unsettling and bone-chillingly creepy true story.Read More