Comedy, Drama, Film Reviews, VOD

REVIEW: Yes, God, Yes (2020)

The age of adult writers reflecting on their teenage years has now reached the naughts (or whatever we’re calling the 2000s), which means we’re going to be subjected to the fashion and music of that particular decade once again – aren’t we lucky? We’ve had…

Interviews, Sundance 2020

INTERVIEW: ‘Amulet’ Director Romola Garai

Romola Garai has been acting for twenty years and is known for her roles in period pieces such as Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights, Vanity Fair, Atonement, Emma, The Hour and Suffragette. She now makes her feature film directorial debut with the Gothic and Folk horror-inspired…

Film News

Ten New Releases on July Tenth!

We all know it’s been a strange year (both in terms of movies and well, everything else) and it would be easy to assume, with all of the endless delays to high-profile films like TENET and the latest BOND, that this means it’s a barren…

Comedy, Drama, Film Reviews, VOD

REVIEW: The Truth (2020)

Japanese film director Hirokazu Kore-eda has been working steadily since the early 1990s and is internationally critically-acclaimed. He is a particular favourite of the Cannes Film Festival, winning the Jury Prize in 2013 for Like Father, Like Son and the Palme d’Or in 2018 for…

Apple TV+, Interviews

INTERVIEW: ‘Dickinson’ Costume Designer John Dunn

John Dunn is an Emmy-nominated costume designer whose TV work includes Hunters, Castle Rock, Vinyl, Boardwalk Empire and Mad Men. His film work includes Casino (1995), Basquiat (1996), Birth (2004), Factory Girl (2006), I’m Not There (2007) and Away We Go (2009). We discussed the…

Apple TV+, Interviews

INTERVIEW: ‘Dickinson’ Cinematographer Tim Orr

Cinematographer Tim Orr has worked on films including Seeking a Friend for the End of the World (directed by Lorene Scafaria), Joe and Manglehorn (directed by David Gordon Green), Z for Zachariah (directed by Craig Zobel) and Poms (directed by Zara Hayes). He also worked…

Features

Beyond Cap – Chris Evans at 39

Christopher Robert Evans was born in Boston on June 13 1981 and is, of course, best known for playing Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, his filmography goes way beyond being America’s Ass, so I thought I’d celebrate his 39th birthday (no, I…