Le Mans ’66 – Review

I have never understood the appeal of Le Mans, the world’s oldest endurance car race. First held in 1923 at the Sarthe road racing circuit just outside the titular French town, it entails groups of drivers (nowadays a minimum of three per team) taking it in turns to drive the same car round a circuit for twenty-four hours. The course is 8.5 miles long, or … Continue reading Le Mans ’66 – Review

Steve McQueen: The Mans & Le Mans – Review

Why do we make films? Why do filmmakers go through the struggle to produce a cinematic ventures? Why do we do it? After all, many, MANY of the films that are being produced yearly never reach a wide audience or lift off the ground. You read anything about directors, writers, and producers behind the scenes, you know that projects fall through and it’s extremely upsetting … Continue reading Steve McQueen: The Mans & Le Mans – Review