“The Palio is a game, not a race” more than one participant observes in Cosima Spender’s documentary – and the name of that game is “legitimate corruption”. Continue reading Palio Review
A galaxy far, far away comes to a cavernous, industrial setting for Secret Cinema’s new entry, The Empire Strikes Back. The choice of the Star Wars sequel ties in neatly with a year that Continue reading Secret Cinema Presents Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back.
Ava Duvernay, director of Selma, talks about her “oscar snub” and the lack of female directors in the film industry.
Simon Curtis is someone who thrives on taking a true story and retelling it on the silver screen. We caught up with the director to talk about his new film Woman in Gold.
“Remember us”, a young Maria Altmann’s (Tatiana Maslany) father pleads of her as she prepares to flee 1940s Austria in hope of reaching America. Later, an older Maria (Helen Mirren) Continue reading Woman in Gold Review
When one thinks of a con movie, the memorable performance of the spirited Robert Redford in The Sting instantly comes to mind , followed by Clooney’s portrayal of a slick hustler in Ocean’s Eleven. Continue reading Focus Review
The word paedophile is associated with one of the most taboo subjects. When we hear it, we instantly become defensive, angry, and upset. Continue reading Berlin Film Festival 2015: Daniel’s World Review
“I’d love to put my head out of a train window but I’m afraid of a tunnel or a pole,” Edoardo (Matteo Creatini) confesses to his holiday Continue reading Berlin Film Festival 2015: Short Skin Review
The opening sequence of writer-director Julius Avery’s début film Son of a Gun is promising. We follow a young criminal, JR (Brendan Thwaites), Continue reading Son of a Gun Review
Alice Howland (Julianne Moore) is living the American dream. She has an apartment in New York on the Upper West Side and a house at the beach. She has three beautiful children Continue reading Still Alice Review