Paddington 2 – Brand New Trailers & Clip!

It has been almost sixty years since Michael Bond gave us the first story of Paddington Bear. The talking bear from Darkest Peru, who is sent to London by his great aunt to find a new home. Sitting at a train station with a label that reads, ‘Please take care of this bear. Thank you’. He is taken in by the Brown family who name … Continue reading Paddington 2 – Brand New Trailers & Clip!

Hedgehog’s Home (Short) – BFI London Film Festival Review

Hedgehog’s Home is a short, nursery rhymed film, featuring anthromorphic woodland creatures. Through stop-motion animation and puppets consisting of material, the film makers have created a very classic yet cautionary children’s tale. Hedgehog, despite the honour he has earned, is laughed at by some wooden creatures for the love he has for his home. On visiting his friend Fox, he declines the offer to stay … Continue reading Hedgehog’s Home (Short) – BFI London Film Festival Review

BFI Southbank October/November Seasons – The Highlights

Are you looking for a dizzying array of wonderful films to keep you occupied this autumn? Of course you are, and that’s why you need to be hitting the BFI for their exceptional line up of world class talent. Following a sonic cinema preview of Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami, with a Q&A featuring the lady herself, there’s something else taking place that you most … Continue reading BFI Southbank October/November Seasons – The Highlights

Cargo – BFI London Film Festival

Dramas often send us to the depths of the human spirit: The scraping and aching desperation that one will eventually feel in our lives. That moment where you aren’t sure who or what to turn too as the world comes crashing down around you. There are artists who have made a career of this hopelessness. Mike Leigh  and Ken Loach are auteurs of this depressing … Continue reading Cargo – BFI London Film Festival