British by the Grace of God (Short) – BFI London Film Festival Review

British by the Grace of God is an intimate short set during the summer of the Brexit referendum in Scotland, focusing on Irene (Kate Dickie), a middle aged woman who has nothing but love and support to offer, but is often shunned for it. Be it her cold husband, her distant son or her judgemental friends, she struggles to find her place with any of them. … Continue reading British by the Grace of God (Short) – BFI London Film Festival Review

Comeback Kid (Short) – BFI London Film Festival Review

Comeback Kid is the chilling story of a man who comes home to find his wife cheating on him, and dies shortly after as he attempts to get away. 16 years later, he’s been re-incarnated as a teenager, and finds himself back in his old world in the most horrifying way. Comeback Kid is brilliant; it’s been a long time since I’ve seen something to make … Continue reading Comeback Kid (Short) – BFI London Film Festival Review

The Night I Dance With Death (Short) – BFI London Film Festival Review

There are a lot of people out there that associate animation with childishness; cartoons for kids, live action films are for adults. Granted, there aren’t many dedicated film fans out there with this mindset but I see it in comments sections and forum posts, the idea that because it’s not real, it’s not for them, but there have been countless examples over the years of … Continue reading The Night I Dance With Death (Short) – BFI London Film Festival Review