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 ...

Some Like it Rare – Preview

Your life is at steak in Some like it Rare – a hilarious French comedy with a dark twist. Sophie and Vincent’s small butcher shop is on the brink of bankruptcy and their marriage is falling apa...

Drifting – Trailer

Hanxiong Bo’s topical film Drifting focuses on a young man who struggles with his gender identity after being raised as a girl. This story was inspired by true events and was a semi-finalist at...

The August Virgin – Review

Like a lot of major cities around the globe, many of Madrid’s inhabitants leave the stifling heat of the metropolis and head to the country and the coast. The month of August sees it deserted o...

Patrick – Review

Films like Patrick are one of the reasons for venturing out to film festivals. It wasn’t flagged as one of the main highlights of the day when it was screened at Sitges in 2019 but there was so...