Paolo Sorrentino, Golden Globe winner, BAFTA and Oscar Nominee Is a Master of His Art

Paolo Sorrentino, Golden Globe winner, BAFTA and Oscar Nominee Is a Master of His Art

18.01.2014
Winner of the Best Foreign Language Film at the Golden Globe Awards and nominated for the BAFTAs and the Oscars, Paolo Sorrentino's 'The...

DVD Reviews - A 2014 Bafta Nomination Amongst Other January Releases

10.01.2014
The Great Beauty is a stunning, bittersweet tragicomedy that brilliantly presents contemporary Rome on a canvas of Felliniesque Dolce Vita...

The Price of Divorce and the Lust for Power - DVD Reviews

4.01.2014
'What Maisie Knew', a must see intelligent, heartfelt and emotional tale of a six year old in the middle of acrimonious divorce - Onata...

DVD Reviews - 'The Wall' and 'Caesar Must Die'

21.11.2013
'The Wall' - Beautiful, absorbing, mysterious and eerily captivating. 'Caesar Must Die' -unique, compelling, riveting and Winner of the...

DVD Review - The Artist and the Model - A Must Watch Gem

17.11.2013
Oscar winning director Fernando Trueba weaves a gentle and beautiful tale of life, love, sacrifice and devotion against the background...

DVD Reviews - An Acclaimed Drama Based on True Events and a Nostalgic Journey

10.11.2013
Joachim Lafosse's compelling and nightmarish drama sits in the top 10 Art House World Cinema films of 2012. Olivier Assayas's autobiographical...

DVD Reviews - Jake Schreier Delights and Derek Cianfrance's Epic Is Poetic

24.10.2013
A funny and charming take on a retired cat burglar with onset Alzeimers contrasts with an ambitious riveting and mythical modern morality...

DVD Reviews - Good Vibrations and The Angel's Share

17.10.2013
What can you say about 'Good Vibrations' ? You need to see it and it will embrace you with a frenetic passion that defied the surrounding...

DVD Reviews -Films by Regis Roinsard and Claude Miller

12.10.2013
With French cinema well represented in the 57th London Film Festival it's sad that many outside of the UK major cities rarely have the...

DVD Review - How Will Hollywood's Blockbuster,'Captain Phillips' Compare With the Low Budget 'A Hijacking'?

7.10.2013
The London Film Festival opens Wednesday 9 October with the Gala screening of 'Captain Phillips', Paul Greengrass's Hollywood big budget...

DVD Reviews - The Russian Western Front Contrasts With a Twist of the Classic Noir in Modern Day Moscow

3.10.2013
Sergei Loznitsa's parable of man's moral place and the search for human good in the catastrophe of war was well received at Cannes 2012...

DVD Reviews - A Low Budget Indie, Reminders of Huckleberry Finn and a Surreal Western Make for Great Viewing

29.09.2013
A low budget indie is chilling and uncomfortable viewing and oozes real horror, an emotionally rewarding coming-of-age movie on the banks...

DVD Reviews - Past History Reflects the Present Day

30.08.2013
Two films reflect existing dilemmas. Cate Shortland's 'Lore', an errie and memorable portrait of the devastating effects of war and a nation...

A Palestinian Tale About 'Israeli-Arabs' and an Israeli Documentary About Shin Bet

23.08.2013
Some 1400 killed in an apparent chemical attack in Damascas, pressure on Obama to act, events in Egypt leading Douglas Alexander to suggest...
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