Tags : sundance

Blinded By The Light director Gurinder Chadha on Brexit, The

  Director Gurinder Chada doesn’t mind being likened to the proverbial hamster in a wheel. It sums up her year. One that started with a standing ovation for Blinded By The Light at Sundance, and followed by the arrival of her series Beecham House on British TV. Now she’s taking a break from her movie’s […]Read More

London Film Festival 2018 Review – Wildlife (2018)

It’s the same every year at the London Film Festival.  Tucked away in the brochure is at least one little goodie that you’d expect to be given a higher profile, and that’s exactly what’s happened with Wildlife.  On page 35, if your copy is to hand, is this contender for the First Feature Competition, actor […]Read More

First trailer for Edinburgh winner The Diary of a Teenage

Fresh from winning the Best International Feature Film award at Edinburgh International Film Festival, comes the first UK trailer for The Diary of a Teenage Girl. Based on the graphic novel by Phoebe Gloeckner, the film also garnered positive reviews from its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival at the beginning of the year, including a 3 star review from […]Read More

Sundance 2015 Review – Larry Kramer in Love and Anger

If you don’t know who Larry Kramer is, it’s about time you did. The outspoken (read: insanely enraged) activist was a bubbling catalyst for, not simply the gay rights movement but stemming the horrific tidal wave of death that came with the AIDS epidemic. Larry Kramer in Love and Anger is in in-depth account of […]Read More

Sundance 2015 Review – Western (2015)

Brother documentarians Bill and Turner Ross turn their attentions to the Texas/ Mexico border for Western an astoundingly evocative examination of US border politics. Martin Wall, a fifth-generation cattleman, lives an idyllic existence in Eagle Pass, raising his young daughter with his friends and trading with the people of Piedras Negras. Chad Foster is a […]Read More