Tag Archives: London Film Festival

Lovers Rock – Film Review

Lovers Rock – Film Review

Steve McQueen opened this year’s London Film Festival with his exceptional social justice biopic and contribution to the Black Lives Matter movement, Mangrove, but this isn’t the last we saw of him at this year’s festival. McQueen would also close…
Ammonite – Film Review

Ammonite – Film Review

The biopic is one of cinema’s most beloved types of story to tell. The “based on a true story” title card implies an added layer of authenticity to what takes place on screen which attracts inquisitive audience members, such as…
The Human Voice – Short Film Review

The Human Voice – Short Film Review

Pedro Almodóvar is one of Spain’s leading filmmakers, having won an Oscar for best screenplay in 2003 for Talk To Her and his latest semi-autobiographical feature, Pain and Glory, being nominated for best international film and best actor for its’…
After Love – Film Review

After Love – Film Review

With the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the cinema and blockbuster movies, many cinephiles such as me wonder whether lower budget independent films could potentially swoop in and save the film industry from a total stand still. As this year’s London film…
Rose: A Love Story – Movie Review

Rose: A Love Story – Movie Review

The spooky season of Halloween may be behind us; however, if you’re like me, you can’t put a limit on horror films. Despite a slowed film and TV industry, 2020 has still had an excellent horror offers such as The…
Another Round – Movie Review

Another Round – Movie Review

Many of us would agree that 2020 peaked back in February when Bong Joon-Ho’s masterpiece, Parasite, won a historic 4 academy awards including best picture. Since then, despite lockdowns across the globe, many other outstanding international pictures have been released,…
Kajillionaire – Movie Review

Kajillionaire – Movie Review

I think it’s safe to assume that, with everything going on in the world, many of you are in need of a good laugh. Although your conventional comedies were probably halted by COVID,  don’t fret, because filmmaker, Miranda July has…
Relic – Movie Review

Relic – Movie Review

It’s nearly Halloween and whilst we question whether trick or treating will be allowed to happen, because God forbid the government allows kids to be fed, many of us shall be keeping indoors, looking to binge horror film after horror…
The Painter and The Thief – Movie Review

The Painter and The Thief – Movie Review

We all love documentaries, they’re entertaining, factual and if you quote them to people, they think you read! Seriously though, documentaries often provide new and under explored perspectives of our near and distant past, but every now and then, one…
One Night In Miami – Movie Review

One Night In Miami – Movie Review

Regina King has been on a winning streak these last couple of years. Having won a supporting actress Oscar for her phenomenal role in If Beale Street Could Talk, as well as, winning 4 emmy’s for her roles in American…