Cannes Film Festival 2019: Day 8
Cannes Film Festival 2019: Day 7
Focusing on the refugee crisis, the 66th Berlin Film Festival awards Gianfranco Rosi’s Fuocoammare the Golden Bear and underscores the importance of standing together.Read More
A delicate portrait of friendship and fractious neighbours, Ira Sachs’ Little Men is an all-too-brief glimpse into the hopes and dreams of a Brooklyn boy.
A poignant New York story of love in a dark time, Ira Sachs’ Love Is Strange makes for a fine romance of the most human kind.
“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
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
Love Is Strange by Mark Wilshin Following his New York story of impossible love Keep The Lights On, Ira Sachs returns with another devastating…Read More
With jury president producer James Schamus at the helm, the 64th Berlin Film Festival sees a lot of Eastern promise with Awards for both China and Japan.Read More
Love is strange. No, not the Fifties pop song by Mickey and Sylvia, but Ira Sachs’ latest film. Like his previous Keep The Lights…Read More
As 2012 fades from sight as quickly as corroding celluloid, a final round-up of the best and worst of 2012 and those to look…Read More
A fictional retelling of a boy’s own story, Ira Sachs’ Keep The Lights On charts a nine-year relationship from love’s first highs to its bitterest lows.
In the year of London 2012, the 56th London Film Festival is exploring the capital, from Dickensian Smithfield via the brutalist Barbican to modern-day Hackney.Read More
Berlinale 2012 CAUTION: Here be spoilers After winning the Palme d’Or at Cannes in 1977 for Padre Padrone and the Grand Prix du Jury…Read More