27 Jan 2020
Film Reviews

REVIEW: Seberg (2020)

The story of Jean Seberg is perhaps one of Hollywood’s most tragic, and not often told stories. The American born actress who became the face of French New Wave cinema thanks to her role in Jean-Luc Godard’s 1960 film Breathless, later became one of the…

Film Reviews, LFF 2019

LFF 2019: The House of Us

Taking elements of Hirokazu Kore-eda’s explorations of family units, and the vivid, childlike lens of Sean Baker’s The Florida Project, Ga-eun Yoon’s film about three girls who make a family of their own is a heart-warming and gorgeous depiction of childhood that is impossible not…

LFF 2019

LFF 2019: Bad Education

After thoroughly impressing with debut feature Thoroughbreds (which in fact played at the London Film Festival in 2017), director Cory Finley is back with his sophomore effort Bad Education. Based on the shocking true story of the single largest public school embezzlement scandal in history,…