Mary and the Witch’s Flower – Review

Mary and the Witch’s Flower is the first feature film from Japanese animation house Studio Ponoc. The studio aims to continue the East’s artistry of traditional animation through its work. With a selection of well established animators and based on a British short story, interest in the studio and project was high. The film, centred on a young girl whisked away to a magical world, … Continue reading Mary and the Witch’s Flower – Review

How to Talk to Girls at Parties – Review

Everyone seems to be tackling Neil Gaiman at the moment. From American Gods to God Omens, the fantastical writer is having each work thrown into Hollywood. Indie flick How to Talk to Girls at Parties tackles a much smaller, 18-page tale, giving it a hyper-active big screen adaptation. Directed by John Cameron Mitchell, the film revolves around Enn, a shy young punk artists who embarks … Continue reading How to Talk to Girls at Parties – Review