Every year, exhibitors gather from across the country to hear discuss the latest trends and issues that the British film… Read more This Way Up 2017: Hull
Two years ago, I agreed to review a straight to DVD British gangster film called We Still Kill The Old… Read more An Interview With Jonathan Sothcott
Next month sees the release of Hope Dickson Leach’s debut feature The Levelling. Set in Somerset, the film centres on… Read more Representing Spaces- The Levelling
My favourite film is Fish Tank. No other character is cinema resonates with me more than Mia, the central character.… Read more Has This Film Been Made For Me?
Noel Clarke brings the trilogy to an end with the long awaited Brotherhood- a witty, more mature conclusion to… Read more New Review: Brotherhood
Every May, Everyman Cinemas run a music-film festival. It’s a festival which celebrates the relationship between the visual (cinema) and… Read more Golden Boys Preview + The Square
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