When you really think about it, football and cinema have a lot in common. For 90 plus minutes a group of strangers are united in their voyeurism, watching in the hope of something and to bask in the glory of the achievements of strangers. We cheer on a team of sorts, whilst more than likely keeping an eye on one particular member of the team, … Continue reading The Bromley Boys – Review
Whatever amount of money we have, we just want more; this is what the American Dream has become. These are two of the observations made by photographer turned documentary-maker Lauren Greenfield in her compelling state of post-Reagan era America, Generation Wealth. Her film is partly about conspicuous consumption and partly about addiction. At one point, she turns the camera on herself and asks rhetorically, ‘am … Continue reading Generation Wealth – Sundance London Review
You can watch movies practically everywhere nowadays. On your phone, your laptop, in your car, on a plane in the sky…There is so much I can In the future, all we’ll have to do is close our eyelids and have films streamed into our eyelids in some Blade Runner type optical cinematic experience. It’s great that cinema of new and old is so easily accessible … Continue reading How to Market a Cinema and Not Alienate People…
Timothée Chalamet has scooped up everyone in his charming ways with Call Me By Your Name and Lady Bird last year, earning him an Academy Award nomination. Now it’s set to continue with Beautiful Boy. Starring alongside the brilliant Steve Carrell, the film revolves around a meth addict through the eyes of his father. This is a pairing we’re immensely looking forward too, especially with … Continue reading Beautiful Boy – Brand New Trailer!
A film pairing can make you excited and pull you into the story which is exactly why we are excited for Jake Gyllenhaal and Carey Mulligan to be paired in drama film Wildlife. Written by wife and husband team Paul Dano and Zoe Kazan, directed by the former, the film revolves around a couples divorce through the eyes of their son. Based on a novel … Continue reading Wildlife – Brand New Trailer!
A Western Black Comedy led by Joaquin Phoenix and John C. Reilly, as two oafish brothers in a dark comedy Western from the director of A Prophet? We’re sold. WE’RE SOLD! Based on a book by Patrick deWitt and directed by Jacque Audiard,The Sisters Brothers revolves around two hitmen siblings who are on the hunt for a chemist after he concocts a formula for finding … Continue reading The Sisters Brothers – Brand New Trailer!