The days are getting shorter, the tips of leaves are turning brown and the wind has a slight nip to it. The return to school is on the horizon and memories of the family holiday, swimming in the sea and sunbathing on golden sands, will be slowly fading.
Yet, just because
Foxcatcher will receive its UK premiere at London Film Festival at Odeon Leicester Square on October 16th and released in UK cinemas January 9th 2015.
Based on shocking true events, Foxcatcher is a psychological thriller which tells the fascinating story of Olympic gold medal-winning brothers Mark and Dave Schultz and their tragic relationship with a multi-millionaire benefactor, John
By Alexander Penn
Summer's flown by, and as we reach closer to Autumn, the Academy Awards 2015 will grow larger in the movie-goers' conscious. We're at the awkward stage of the year, where the last of the year's blockbusters mix with the annual dawn of the auteurs. Richard Linklater's 'Boyhood' has already
Despite my avid interest in 90's Independent Cinema I have surprisingly not seen 'Kids' until now. I should start by saying the film was(and arguably still is) Controversial given the subject matter, sexual scenes(both consenting and not), foul language and drug use involving minors(who make up the majority of the