Roma is Alfonso Cuarón’s beautiful and compelling homage to his family’s maid, Libo, when he was growing up in Mexico in the 1970s.
Chris Bouchard’s Hackney’s Finest is a darkly comic caper with much more violence, hard drug taking and serious swearing than you’d expect.
“Life is a journey, not a destination”. And so is film. We explore the journey of film as we look back over the highlights of 2014 and give a sneak preview into the ones to watch out for in 2015.Read More
With Tom Hardy single-handedly driving the film and Steven Knight’s dirty, pretty script at the wheel, Locke is an elegant one-hander of life in the fast lane.
In black and white or riotous colour, here’s a quick look back over the best and worst films of 2013 and a sneak preview of the movies to watch out for in 2014.Read More
A heart-stopping tumble through space, Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity is a juggernaut of a survival movie, crashing down to Earth with a glorious bang.
The 57th London Film Festival 2013 by Mark Wilshin We’ve travelled the ocean’s waves, gone back in time, into outer space and all across…Read More
Day two and we hit the ground running (or should that be plummeting) with Alfonso Cuarón’s space chiller Gravity. Starring Sandra Bullock and George…Read More
With its little boy lost fresh from the mental ward, Diego Luna’s fictional debut Abel is a family story, both comic and tragic. Albeit a bit bipolar.