Tags : Josh O’Connor

2019 Glasgow Film Festival Review – Only You (2018)

Josh O’Connor and Laia Costa lead romantic drama, Only You, from writer-director Harry Wootliff. Exploring the challenges of modern love and romance, Wootliff’s narrative dips into the struggles of starting a family when natural biology is against you. The fiery chemistry between O’Connor and Costa ensures that narrative delivers the necessary emotional punches, despite a […]Read More

Blu-ray Review – God’s Own Country (2017)

It has been twelve years since the milestone Brokeback Mountain (2005) demanded that cinema be more honest in depicting the realities of same-sex love. Much has changed since then but most tropes of romance are still linked to heterosexuality. Whatever Brokeback achieved in the Wyoming mountains, God’s Own Country (2017) takes to another level in […]Read More

Win Critically Acclaimed God’s Own Country On DVD

Lionsgate and Picturehouse Entertainment are delighted to announce the UK Home Entertainment release of Francis Lee’s celebrated debut feature, GOD’S OWN COUNTRY. Since launching at Sundance Film Festival early 2017 and opening the 2017 Edinburgh International Film Festival, where it won the Michael Powell Award for Best British Feature, GOD’S OWN COUNTRY has gone on […]Read More

Film Review – God’s Own Country (2017)

Francis Lee‘s naturalistic drama God’s Own Country is one of the more assured debut features of the year. This is a film filled with unspoken sentimentality that quietly touches an emotional nerve thanks to its authentic performances, evocative cinematography and a simmering, intelligently crafted narrative. Young farmer Johnny (Josh O’Connor) numbs his boredom and repression […]Read More

Francis Lee’s God’s Own Country Releases UK Trailer

Ahead of it’s UK Premiere and the opening of Edinburgh Film Festival tomorrow, Picturehouse Entertainment has released the first trailer for God’s Own Country. Since riding the waves of highly critical reviews since making their Sundance Film Festival, the movie takes a step closer to general release with this promo. Francis Lee’s highly anticipated movies […]Read More

Francis Lee’s God’s Own Country To Open 2017 Edinburgh Film

Edinburgh Film Festival has announced Francis Lee’s Captivating and broodingly acclaimed debut feature God’s Own Country will open this years festival. The movie marks the festival’s continuing support for British movies, and after making a succesful world premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, making the UK premiere at the longest running film festival in […]Read More

EIFF 2014 Film Review – Hide And Seek (2014)

Joanna Coates attempts to explore the concept of living in a utopia in the modern age in her feature film Hide and Seek. Two girls (Hannah Arterton and Rea Mole) and two boys (Josh O’Connor and Daniel Metz) from London move to an isolated country house in an attempt to free themselves of the traditional […]Read More