12th Aug2019

‘Varda by Agnes’ Review

by Jak-Luke Sharp

Features: Agnès Varda, Sandrine Bonnaire, Hervé Chandès, Nurith Aviv, Esther Levesque | Written and Directed by Agnes Varda Varda by Agnes is directed by, and follows the filmography of, the late Belgian/French auteur Agnes Varda – from her early short film work in 1954 to her last feature film Faces Places released in 2018. Agnes’ […]

11th Dec2017

The BFI’s “Missing Believed Wiped” season gets horrific!

by Phil Wheat

The BFI’s Missing Believed Wiped returns to BFI Southbank this December to present British television rediscoveries, not seen by audiences for decades, most since their original transmission dates…. The bespoke line-up of TV gems feature some of the countries most-loved television celebrities and iconic characters including Alf Garnett in Till Death Us Do Part: Sex […]

13th Feb2015

From your pocket to the Big Screen

by Guest

Everyone knows that when you play the National Lottery, some of the money go to helping good causes… But did you know that lottery funding goes in to a huge variety of projects, including some great British blockbusters which have gone on to become household names AND Oscar winners, and has allowed young and talented […]

23rd Oct2014

‘The Werner Herzog Collection: Disc 2′ Review (BFI)

by Mondo Squallido

It is finally time to look at the second disc of the BFI collection box set. Hope you enjoyed part one and potentially found it useful. This time round, there are only two titles to devour. One being my personal favourite Herzog film, and the other being an example of his early television documentary work. […]

03rd Oct2014

‘The Werner Herzog Collection: Disc 1′ Review (BFI)

by Mondo Squallido

Werner Herzog is one of my all time favourite directors. Ever since watching his take on Nosferatu, I knew I was hooked. Exploring both his fictional and documentary films, you will find a fascinating body of work. Sure, some of his opinions I really don’t agree with (I’m talking about you, Into the Abyss and […]

24th Sep2013

London Film Festival 2013 – The Ten to Watch

by Phil Wheat

With this years London Film Festival swiftly approaching we’ve teamed up with AskMen, and their film correspondent Olly Richards, to bring you ten films we think will be the pick of LFF 2013 – I’ve focused on this years genre offerings, whilst Olly looks at some of the more mainstream films which will screen as […]

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