Ben Hooper
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Having previously written for Junxion17 and The Big Issue, Ben is now a film PR & Marketing Manager. When he's not watching or working on movies, Ben plays guitar in his band Ghosts As Alibis.

French (Le Bleu Blanc Rouge de Mes Cheveux)

This French short film from writer-director Josza Anjembe follows a young Cameroonian woman on her quest for French citizenship.Seventeen-year-old Seyna has aced her baccalaureate

The Fabulous Baron Munchausen (Baron Prášil)

Visionary Czech filmmaker Karel Zema’s timeless fantasy gets a hi-definition re-release through Second Run. This unconventional romantic adventure follows an intrepid explorer from earth that

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: Fear The Unknown Men

This short western sees a troubled sheriff and a lone gunslinger take down the notorious gang terrorising the town.  If all that sounds very

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: My Pet Dinosaur

When Jake and his schoolfriends head into the forest looking for aliens, they instead stumble upon a puddle of primordial goo. After accidentally mixing

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC The BRWC Review: Catfight

America has a new president. He’s hell-bent on stripping away healthcare insurance, and plunging the country into another Middle-Eastern war. Sounds familiar, right?This is

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: Capture Kill Release

Jen and Fahrang are a charming young couple. They film their cutesy pillow talk, they people-watch at the park, and they goof around at

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: We Go On

Paralysed by paranoia and myriad phobias, a young man seeks to ease his crippling anxiety by finding definitive proof of life after death.Taking out

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC BoXeD: Review

Art Attack!Artist’s agent Rachel is haunted by the loss of Hope – her sister. As she starts to crack under further pressure from her

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC The Love Witch: Review

Blood Sugar Sex MagikA kitschy pastiche of sixties melodrama and psychedelic sexploitation from writer-director Anna Biller that fuses retro aesthetics with wit and tongue-in-cheek