David Stratton: A Cinematic Life – BFI London Film Festival Review

Focussing on British born, Aussie film critic, David Stratton, this is a loving tribute to Aussie royalty. In its retelling of Stratton’s career, it provides a welcome journey through Australian film. This documentary came about when a multi-part television show was being put together, Stories of Australian Cinema. In structuring that television show’s arc, one of its stars, Stratton’s story was shaping to compliment the … Continue reading David Stratton: A Cinematic Life – BFI London Film Festival Review

Erase and Forget – BFI London Film Festival Review

Premiering at this year’s Berlin Film Festival, London Film Festival gets its mitts on Andrea Luka Zimmerman’s documentary, Erase and Forget. Following controversial public figure ‘Bo’ Gritz, one of the America’s Vietnam veterans who was interestingly the man the media claimed who inspired the famous role of Stallone’s Rambo, Erase and Forget certainly captures your attention. Filmed over ten years, Erase and Forget presents a … Continue reading Erase and Forget – BFI London Film Festival Review