Where did the idea come from? When I was young, I read a book called The World Upside Down by Christopher Hill that transforms British History. The 17th century was so fascinating but I couldn’t find the right way in … Continue reading “Fanny is inspired by real life people who fought for their voices to be heard” – Director Thomas Clay talkes Fanny Lye Deliver’d
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 … Continue reading “You can build a lot of comedy from real life.” – We spoke to Kirill Sokolov about Why Don’t You Just Die!
True History of the Kelly Gang is a remarkable and brutal film which sees a unique perspective on famous outlaw Ned Kelly. Tackling this new vision, based on a book by Peter Carey, is Australian director Justin Kurzel, famed for … Continue reading “It’s about demoting the legend” – Justin Kurzel talks True History of the Kelly Gang
Sasha Lane burst onto the scene in Andrea Arnolds evocative and powerful American Honey. Since she has made waves in movies such as The Miseducation of Cameron Post and Hearts Beat Loud. Now she stars in psychological horror Daniel Isn’t … Continue reading “This is the kinda thing people deal with on a daily basis” – Sasha Lane talks Daniel Isn’t Real
Acclaimed director François Ozon returns to the big screen with his powerful drama which sees three men who take on the Catholic Church after being abused by a priest still actively working with children. We spoke to actor Denis Ménochet … Continue reading “The focus had to be on the fight.” – Denis Ménochet talks By the Grace of God
Unlikeable characters are wonderful. The anti-hero who has killed a multitude of people yet has a secret heart of gold always win over the almighty hero or villain. Those type of villains that grapple with consequence and demons. Anti-heroes are … Continue reading Extracurricular – Frightfest 2019 Review