Selah and the Spades – Review

If there is one thing we know from the movies, it is that American High Schools have factions. They train people to adapt to ‘house’ life in universities and then condition them to be ruthless business leaders or media moguls. You don’t necessarily make your own faction; you might inherit it and feel obliged to keep it going like some bad tradition. However, it shapes … Continue reading Selah and the Spades – Review

“You can build a lot of comedy from real life.” – We spoke to Kirill Sokolov about Why Don’t You Just Die!

Imagine meeting your girlfriends parents for the first time with the sole intention of killing her father? That’s the plot of the ultra-violent but blisteringly funny dark comedy Why Don’t You Just Die! Available to buy on Blu-Ray and Digital today, we were lucky enough to speak to director Kirill Sokolov about this feature debut! This is a fantastic and crazy film, what gave you … Continue reading “You can build a lot of comedy from real life.” – We spoke to Kirill Sokolov about Why Don’t You Just Die!

Celebrating Cinema’s Action Heroines

The rise of the action heroine, against a type more commonly found in pre-90s cinema, has seen a well-earned spotlight in the public eye in recent years and has paved the way for spectacular female-led action thrillers. Take a look at the shortlist of action heroines below and then witness the next great action heroine in The Rhythm Section as Blake Lively sets out to … Continue reading Celebrating Cinema’s Action Heroines

How To Build A Girl – Trailer

Caitlin Moran is one of the nation’s greatest literary treasures. And now one of her memoirs is becoming a film. Directed by Coky Giedroyc, How to Build A Girl revolves around Johanna Morrigan, a young woman who lives with her working-class family in England. One day she becomes a music journalist and it sets her on a path of adventure! With the script written by … Continue reading How To Build A Girl – Trailer

Ode Short Film – World Art Day Premiere

“A human being who is an artist because he was given all these divine connotations.” Wednesday the 15th April is World Art Day. It is an ode of those creatives who dazzle us with movies, paintings, dancing, and more. Though these are uncertain times for artists everywhere, they will always be creating. New worlds and new perspectives to shine on in darker times. They are … Continue reading Ode Short Film – World Art Day Premiere