Father Figures – Brand New Trailer!

The buddy comedy is the simplest of all films. Take two people whose personalities are polar opposites, then shove them into a scenario where they can’t easily escape from each other and eventually have them both learn something about the other’s way of life that makes it seem not so bad. Shove in a few celebrity cameos and you’ve got a sure-fire audience pleaser on … Continue reading Father Figures – Brand New Trailer!

Ritzy Shorts: Charlie Edwards-Moss & ‘Duke’s Pursuit’ Interview!

by Robert Makin. To celebrate the success of our special shorts night with International Review, and Ritzy Cinema, we’re talking  Duke’s Pursuit, a movie  about arevenge-obsessed industrialist hunts a former colleague and forms a partnership with an unlikely ally in this Icelandic set dark comedy thriller.W e spoke with  Charlie Edwards-Moss about his award-winning film.  What was the original inspiration for the film and for the character of Duke?  … Continue reading Ritzy Shorts: Charlie Edwards-Moss & ‘Duke’s Pursuit’ Interview!

Ferrari: Race to Immortality – Brand New Trailer!

For most people, the Ferrari is a car to be desired, all the while acknowledging that the fantasy will never become a reality. For the rest, it’s a car to look smug in as you travel within the speed limit of the country you are driving in. Ferrari: Race to Immortality, tells the story of the people who would race in the Formula One Grand … Continue reading Ferrari: Race to Immortality – Brand New Trailer!

5 Films That Could Be Stage Musicals

The screen and stage share source material like best friends who steal DVDs and never give them back. One could be more successful and better known than the other whilst some may sit comfortably together. Sometimes, it doesn’t work and the art form is scorned forever. But there is often a wish or two for one to leap into another, particularly a film transforming into … Continue reading 5 Films That Could Be Stage Musicals

Ritzy Shorts: Joe Ollman & ‘Meat on Bones’ Review

by Robert Makin. Ahead of our special shorts night with International Review, and Ritzy Cinema, we’re featuring the directors and their short films. Today we’re talking about Meat on Bones; a movie revolving around two politically and socially different people, uniting on a weird journey.  To celebrate the screening, we spoke with director and writer Joseph Ollman What was the initial inspiration for the story? Actually, the film … Continue reading Ritzy Shorts: Joe Ollman & ‘Meat on Bones’ Review