Film Festivals

The Dead Lands Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

The Dead Lands hits the ground with a running man, the camera jolting through the…

Metamorphoses Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

No one can accuse Christophe Honoré of lacking ambition. Since the turn of the millennium,…

Bypass Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

The tug of war between style and substance sweats and strains only briefly in Bypass.…

Thou Wast Mild and Lovely Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

The naïve and sexually adventurous farmer’s daughter, the mysterious stranger stopped by for the season…

Self Made Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

Identities merge, memories disintegrate, roles switch, the smallest action has devastating consequences and no one…

French Riviera Review – BFI London Film Festival Special

A real life incident evocatively dubbed “casino wars” glimmers with cinematic promise. Set on the…

London Film Festival 2014: What To Look Out For

For the British cinephile, there is perhaps no greater annual event than the London Film…

Cornwall Film Festival 2013 Call For Entries

The venue for the Cornwall Film Festival this year has been announced, with the event…

Cine City 2012 Preview

It’s been 10 years since CineCity first launched. Of course, Brighton’s film festival may not…

One Shot Movie Awards 2012

My first experience of one shot movies and Hackney, at the One Shot Movie Screening…

Interview: Cornwall Film Festival 2012

With more and more people showing an interest and partaking in the world of film,…

Portobello Film Festival 2012 Q&A

fire questions with the creators of the Portobello Film Festival. Sum up Portobello Film Festival…