Finnish Director Laura Hyppönen’s gritty East London debut film Live East Die Young has received a nomination for best UK feature film at this year’s Raindance Film Festival in London.
The film will hold its world premiere at the festival on the 4th October, shortly followed by French premiere at the
Perhaps the most stately of Fritz Lang's two-part epics, the five-hour Die Nibelungen is a courageous and hallucinatory work. Its extraordinary set-pieces, archetypal themes, and unrestrained ambition have proved an inspiration for nearly every fantasy cycle that has emerged on-screen since – from Star Wars to The Lord of the
November 2010. Three people disappeared on Dartmoor. What you are about to see is found footage. That's the gist of the opening titles so yes we're watching a "found footage" film about people in a the woods. You could be forgiven for thinking "Blair Witch was thirteen years ago do
After recently watching Jonathan Levine’s 50/50, I discovered my emotions have a susceptible weakness to movies based on cancer. Whether because it is an illness likely to affect us all in some way at some point or whether I’m just an overly sensitive chap, I’m not sure. Upon seeing Now
"I practice a faith that’s been long abandoned
Ain’t no altars on this long and lonesome road"
A Discussion Of (And With) Filmmaker Julian Grant
By Pablo D’Stair
Director Julian Grant has mentioned elsewhere what it was in Jed Ayres’ writing that attracted him, but I wanted to get at something I’ve always wondered