Film Reviews

REVIEW: The Man Who Killed Don Quixote (2020)

If you’re under the age of 30, then Terry Gilliam has been trying to make and release The Man Who Killed Don Quixote for longer than you’ve been alive. He began developing the story in 1989, and finally started shooting the film in 2000, but…


2020 Golden Globe Predictions

Welcome back to one of the most alluring and exciting times of the year – awards season. And whilst it showcases the best of the best in cinema, it’s also an opportunity to think about the ongoing issues that are still raising questions in the…

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JumpCut’s Person of the Year 2019

With contributions from Fiona Underhill As we wave goodbye to 2019 the JumpCut have come together once again to decide on our first-ever ‘Person of the Year’ cover. What was originally a mock cover jokingly created based on a passing comment in the group chat,…


JumpCast: Episode 8.3 – Star Wars Special: Sequels

In the fourth episode in our Star Wars special series, Sarah is joined by Holly and Rhys as they discuss the sequels, Adam Driver, watching The Force Awakens for the first time, Adam Driver, The Last Jedi’s reception, Adam Driver, and a few thoughts on…


Our Favourite Adam Driver Performances

Last week we put it to our readers and Twitter followers to vote for their favourite Adam Driver performance as we eagerly anticipate the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in just a few days time! We put it to our team to…


INTERVIEW: ‘The Report’ Composer David Wingo

Musician David Wingo has composed thirty film scores over the course of a twenty-year career, as well as working in TV (Barry is one of his recent TV scores). He is a frequent collaborator of Jeff Nichols (Take Shelter, Midnight Special) and David Gordon Green…

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Final Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Trailer Released

[kad_youtube url=”” width=800 height=500 ] “The saga will end, the story lives forever.” Directed by: J.J. Abrams Cast: Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, John Boyega, Joonas Suotamo, Billy Dee Williams, Carrie Fisher, Richard E. Grant, Billie Lourd Release Date: 18th December 2019

Film Reviews, LFF 2019

REVIEW: The Report (London Film Festival 2019)

In December 2014, 525 pages of a 6,725-page report on the CIA’s post-9/11 use of torture on terror suspects were released. The rest of the original, unredacted report remains classified, but Scott Z. Burns’ political docudrama The Report sheds light on the investigation, spearheaded by…