We love our anime here at We Make Movies On Weekend and will continue to champion amazingly unique work. Which is why we’re delighted to showcase the trailer for Night is Short, Walk on Girl. The film revolves a young girl who walks through the abstract life of Kyoto. Mixing with pub crawls, festivals, and book fairs, she also comes across debtors and existentialists and … Continue reading Night Is Short, Walk On Girl – Brand New Trailer!
by Robert Makin. Ahead of our special shorts night with International Review, and Ritzy Cinema, we’re featuring the directors and their short films. First up is Moo, a devilishly brilliant comedy that has beef with art pretension. It revolves around a young artist who is obsessed with cows and must decide between them and her peers at art school. We spoke with director and writer … Continue reading Ritzy Shorts Interview: Samuel Galloway & Moo!
The whole point of our Unpopped Kernels is to shed light on films that are underrated and don’t get a lot of attention, so I feel like Mistress America is the perfect choice. I mean, forget little attention, try “gets a very small release in the UK two years ago and for some reason never comes out on DVD”. It happens a lot, some films aren’t even … Continue reading Unpopped Kernels: Mistress America (2015)
I love Wes Anderson. He is a man who creates beautiful and quirky worlds and is able to take us there just through the scenery alone. It is a perfect example of the “show, don’t tell” aspect of filmmaking. His latest feature, Isle of Dogs, is once again able to show just how unique the director can be as he sets the scene for an … Continue reading Isle of Dogs – Brand New Trailer!
Our Last Tango is a beautifully choreographed docudrama from start to finish. I realise this is oxymoronic at first glance – how can a biopic about a truly chaotic couple be as rhythmic as the music so close to its heart? I tell you, it is a love story so compelling and beautifully sad that you’ll have trouble believing it was not written by some … Continue reading Our Last Tango – Review
When the publicity tells you that a film is set in an abattoir, you might expect a horror film or at least a grittily realistic drama. On Body and Soul, written and directed by Hungarian Ildikó Enyedi, is anything but. Enyedi first came to prominence back in 1989 with her Cannes award-winning debut feature, My Twentieth Century about a pair of identical twins born at … Continue reading On Body and Soul – Review