Steve McQueen puts the British black experience on the witness stand in Mangrove, a stellar beginning to his Small Axe anthology, writes Nathan Osborne The first of five films from writer and director Steve McQueen that form his new-for-television Small Axe anthology – … Continue reading Mangrove – 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 … Continue reading Steve McQueen: The Mans & Le Mans – Review
Steve McQueen is our best director. Having crafted such spectacular movies such as Shame, Hunger, and the Academy Award winning 12 Years a Slave. He is able to get to the sheer humanity of horrific and – sometimes – unheard … Continue reading Steve McQueen is awarded BFI Fellowship!