The Boy and The Herron – Review

Nothing quite gets an audience as excited as a new Studio Ghibli film does, especially when Hayao Miyazaki is the Director attached. From such classics of Spirited Away and Howl’s Moving Castle, the ...

Memory Box – Review

One of the main themes of the Canadian / Lebanese / French film, Memory Box,  is the ways in which we record memories. In the Eighties, where the film is partially set, it was not so simple to do and...

Soul – Review

Soul (2020) is the latest film to emerge from Disney Pixar, a studio noted for some of the best animated films to have emerged over the last almost 3 decades. Written and Directed by Pete Docter and ...
My Friend Dahmer

My Friend Dahmer: First Trailer

Jeffrey Dahmer is a name that still strikes fear in those who are aware of the man, the myth and the monster. Yet, like most serial killers, we often look to their formative years to find some sort o...

London Film Festival 2016 – Trailer

The BFI London Film Festival is Britain’s leading film event and one of the world’s best and most established film festivals. In its 60th year the programme sees Headline Galas presented ...

The Pass – Trailer

The Pass is a British drama from debut Director Ben A. Williams, starring Russell Tovey and Arinze Kene. It has been adapted for the screen by John Donnelly from his hit play first presented at the R...

On The Road to premiere at LFF 2016

The 60th BFI London Film Festival has confirmed a major  programme addition – the World Premiere of On The Road – Michael Winterbottom’s film following rising British music stars an...