Some thoughts on an odd piece of autobiography from director Catherine Breillat.
One of James Gandolfini's final performances in Nicole Holofcener's Enough Said.
Some thoughts on the latest features from Jason Reitman and Ari Folman.
Some thoughts on two new, highly impressive films - the Coen Brothers' tale of a folk singer and Frederick Wiseman's fascinating documentary about the University of Berkeley,
Under the Skin features a very unusual score from Mica Levi. Read what director Jonathan Glazer had to say about the choice and listen to what inspired it.
Hirokazu Koreeda talks to me about his sublime prize winner, ahead of its release in the UK this week - and, of course, the inevitable remake.
'Lee Daniels' The Butler Based On The Washington Post Article A Butler Well Served By Wil Haygood'
Appearing at the London Film Festival for a Q&A following The Congress Robin Wright shared a few thoughts about modern Hollywood.
Watch almost ten minutes of Frederick Wiseman's At Berkeley.
This short clip introduces us to two very interesting choices from director Xavier Dolan.
I'm pretty convinced that Inside Llewyn Davis is something of a subdued masterpiece and I can't wait to see it again.Inside Llewyn Davis is playing at LFF on the 15th, 17th and 19th of October.Blue is the Warmest ColourAbdellatif Kechiche's Palme d'Or winning three hour coming of age story is an extraordinarily moving film and[...]
Punk's dead. Didn't you know that?
Crikey, there's a loot of very good films on this list.
The Paul Greengrass directed, Tom Hanks starring Somali pirate movie will open the London Film Festival on the 9th of October.
Good films at the LFF. Get in line now.
Two tearjerkers from opposite sides of the spectrum.
The film follows Luciano the modest fishmonger as he gets increasingly obsessed with becoming a contestant on Big Brother.The film plays out like a reversed version of The Truman Show, with Luciano, played by the brilliant Maurizio Braucci, becoming paranoid that the Big Brother team are constantly testing him in order to get on the show.I[...]
Went down a storm at Venice, and seemed to be one of the most popular films at the LFF unveiling How much this excitment is down to the film's headline-making nudity by Michael Fassbender and Carey Mulligan, I don't know And don't really want to know. Trishna - Michael Winterbottom relocates Tess of the D'Urbervilles to[...]