Kelly Reichardt takes an appraising look at four women’s lives in Certain Women‘s intriguingly overlapping stories.
Unrelentingly tense from start to finish, Night Moves is a superbly crafted character-driven drama that maintains its stranglehold on your anxiety from start to finish.
Of course, the headline film should really be the Coen Brothers’ Inside Llewyn Davis, but instead I’m choosing Tracks – John Curran’s recreation of…Read More
The London Film Festival opens tonight with Captain Phillips, Tom Hanks bookending the festival with Saving Mr Banks for the closing night gala. And…Read More
With dazzling performances from Jean Dujardin and Bérénice Bejo, Michel Hazanavicius’ The Artist is a vibrant homage to silent films and the talkies’ falling stars.
A slowly elegant meditation on intimacy and friendship, Pablo Giorgelli’s Las Acacias will have you screaming from the back seat with glee,”Are we nearly there yet?”
With wide vistas of the Oregon Desert and sumptuous desolation, Kelly Reichardt’s Meek’s Cutoff explores the unspoken battle of the sexes on the prarie trail.
Tomorrow the London Film Festival finally opens its doors. And there are still plenty of tickets left, so here’s a little sneak preview to…Read More