A young African king is cast out from his family into an unforgiving world. He subsequently undergoes a journey "through betrayal, love and self-identity" to reclaim his throne, utilizing the guidance of his ancestors and childhood love. The story is told through the voices of present-day Black people.
It should go without
By Betty Widdicombe.
Sci-fi/horror comedy meets Cosmic Court drama – ‘Sister Tempest’ is the second film written and directed by comic book artist and filmmaker Joe Badon. His previous ‘The God Inside My Ear’ ’17, a surrealistic, genre-bending, comic film, shot in a not too dissimilar in style.
Elder sibling Ann Hutchinson
Paul Hyett interview - Ahead of the Digital release on Aug 3 of his latest film PERIPHERAL, director Paul Hyett talks about the importance of creative freedom, the lockdown and future projects
Peripheral is your fourth feature as director. When you started on The Seasoning House back in 2011, did you ever imagine
A young couple travel to a shabby Eastern European hospital for plastic surgery. The young woman wants a breast reduction. Her mother comes along for yet another face-lift. Wandering through an abandoned ward the boyfriend stumbles upon a young woman, gagged and strapped to an operating table; she is the
Acting as a modernization to the nitty-gritty pulp of classic westerns, The Big Ugly operates as an old-school throwback that proudly wears its genre influences. Despite its earnest approach, the film ironically lives up to its ill-fated name, offering an expired experience that never distinguishes itself from the crowded pack