10 Films to look forward to in 2021
Mario Puzo’s The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone (Limited Release: December 2020) dir. Francis Ford Coppola The Beatles: Get Back (April 2021) dir. Peter Jackson Last Night in Soho (April 2021) dir. Edgar Wright The Matrix 4 (December 2021) dir. Lana Wachowski No Time to Die (April 2021) dir. Cary Joji Fukunaga Dune […]
As lockdown returns with a second season no-one asked for, here’s how film can help with your mental wellbeing over this lonesome winter.
Harry discusses some films that positively represent mental health, and gives his own suggestions.
Thom explores the lack of diversity in Indian film.
Harry Mear discusses the 2020 BFI London Film Festival’s online experience.
Harry Mear describes how lockdown has affected the cinema industry.
Jamie Woods recaps the past seasons of Mr Robot whilst exploring why more people should be watching.
From 2003 until 2010 the Australian journalist Michael Ware was based in Iraq as he reported on the war for Time Magazine. He compiled his film into a documentary which was released in 2015 called Only The Dead. Despite being four years old this documentary is still as poignant as it is harrowing and as tensions and conflicts continue in the Middle East Ware’s exploration of war is as resonant as ever.
Alex Whiteman takes a closer look at two of 2019’s most popular releases, and explores the similarities between the most famous killer clown in fiction, and a goose.