Lauren Turner
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Lauren is an Australian who recently made the move to London, and she's interested in absolutely everything! She has a Business (Marketing)/Arts (Film & TV, Drama) degree, Lauren likes reading, writing and learning more about this great wild world.

The Hatton Garden Job

The Hatton Garden Job attempts to portray one of Britain’s most notorious heists in history £200 million of diamonds stolen from inside one of

Letters From Baghdad

Dirs. Zeva Oelbaum and Sabine Krayenbühl. This documentary is supremely researched, and its findings turn up a delicious pot of history for us to sink our


This raw, uncompromising film feels less like a documentary and more like a genuine, prolonged observance in to somebody else’s life, as if the


Dir. Mark J. Blackman. Bookended by two definitions of the title word, Animus is a short, straightforward venture in to finding the strength to do


Dirs. John Musker & Ron Clements. I watched this movie right before I emigrated from my home country to the UK, literally the day before,

Captain Fantastic

Dir. Matt Ross One of those original stories that make a new window to see life through. Captain Fantastic is weird and awesome, and Viggo Mortensen

We Are X

A clashing orchestra of heartache, triumph and the absolute will to live and die on stage. We are X is a fascinating documentary - encompassing


Dir. Morten Tyldum A voyage to…somewhere. Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence struggle to breathe this far out in space. The two actors were a good choice

Gone With The Wind

Dir. Victor Fleming, George Cukor, Sam Wood As far as epically sweeping movies go, spanning decades and intertwining many lives, GWTW is a true gem

Colin Hay – Waiting For My Real Life

Dir. Aaron Faulls, Nate Gowtham Colin Hay is one of the coolest things to come out of Scotland, apart from the bagpipes (being serious, bagpipes

I am Michael

An enticing story, even more intriguing by the fact that it’s true – I am Michael directed by Justin Kelly is finally getting a

Krisha (2016)

Krisha (Dir. Trey Edward Shults) is a symphony of anxiety and paranoia, told subjectively and flowing concurrently with the title character’s feelings and emotions.