Victoria – review is a bold venture film making, a full length film shot entirely in one night, using one camera, and all performed in one take. It’s an idea so crazy it’s almost enough to make most directors and producers want to rip their hair out at the thought of attempting it and most might label it as a film only made notable by the “gimmick” that the film is built around. However I’m happy to say this is not the case, the film stands up in its own right and is only enhanced by the concept… for the most part.
Girlhood (2014) is a coming-of-age drama that offers a unique perspective of a young French girl growing up in the hood. A balanced, honest independent film that’s left open to interpretation
Podcast 4 – We discuss: Mad Men, When Marnie Was There, Kubbi, Acrassicauda, Mayflower Madame, We Should Die of That Roar and Konami/P.T
An Indie French film about a woman fighting to keep her job
When Marnie was There could be the last feature film by Studio Ghibli – Full of sentiment and beauty this would be the perfect goodbye
Our online streaming Pick of the Week is the classic young-adventure film Stand By Me; based on The Body by Stephen King
Is Digital movie production spoiling the charm and mystery of cinema?
Short Term 12 is an underrated Indie gem!
A fast paced, dark, unpredictable, funny and heartfelt film that demands watching
Is this the Martin Luther King bio-pic we’ve been waiting for?