Category Film

Film Review: THE GIRL IN THE SPIDER’S WEB

Claire Foy in The Girl in the Spider's Web (2018)

Claire Foy as Lisbeth Salander in THE GIRL IN THE SPIDER’S WEB (2018)

Opting for style over substance, THE GIRL IN THE SPIDER’S WEB boasts enough inventive set pieces to keep you engaged but ultimately feels disconnected from the rest of the series

Considering its been seven years since David Fincher’s THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO hit UK cinema screens, you kind of wonder why Sony has even bothered reboot the Millennium series once again...

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Behind-The-Scenes of AQUAMAN [Video]

Jason Momoa in Aquaman (2018)

Director James Wan and actors Jason Momoa, Amber Heard, Willem Dafoe and Nicole Kidman talk about the creative process behind AQUAMAN

Ahead of its release this December, Warner Bros. UK has released a new behind-the-scenes featurette of James Wan’s AQUAMAN.

The epic underwater action-packed adventure tells the origin story of half-human, half-Atlantean Arthur Curry who goes on a journey of a lifetime — one that will not only force him to face who he really is but to discover if he is worthy ...

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Film Review: THE MUSIC OF SILENCE

Toby Sebastian - The Music Of Silence (Andrea Bocelli)

Despite its strong cast performances, THE MUSIC OF SILENCE ultimately falls short of getting under the skin of living legend Andrea Bocelli

Whether you’re an Opera fan or not, chances are you’ve heard of Andrea Bocelli. The internationally renowned tenor has been entertaining audiences all over the world with his astounding voice for 25 years, selling more than 20 million records worldwide, filling stadiums galore and bringing joy to the masses...

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BFI #LFF 2018: PACHAMAMA Film Review

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Charming, colourful and vividly imagined, PACHAMAMA is a children’s animated adventure story which touches on Peruvian history

From the studio behind ERNEST AND CELESTINE, Juan Antin brings his animated children’s tale PACHAMAMA to the big screen at the BFI London Film Festival.

Set in 16th-Century Peru, PACHAMAMA follows fun-loving 10-year-old Tepulpaï who lives in a remote village in the Andes Mountains...

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BFI #LFF 2018: YOURS IN SISTERHOOD Film Review

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Fusing the past with the present, YOURS IN SISTERHOOD is a collective portrait of feminism now and forty years ago

UK-born filmmaker Irene Lusztig presents a collective portrait of feminism and the lost art of letter writing in her new documentary YOURS IN SISTERHOOD.

Filmed between 2015 and 2017, YOURS IN SISTERHOOD invites strangers in communities across the US to give voice to letters sent to the editor of Ms. Magazine – America’s first mainstream feminist magazine – in the 1970s...

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INTERVIEW: Dar Gai Talks NAMDEV BHAU: IN SEARCH OF SILENCE

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Writer and director Dar Gai talks to Frankly My Dear UK about NAMDEV BHAU: IN SEARCH OF SILENCE and her inspiration behind the film

In her second outing behind the camera, Dar Gai delivers a film that is as visually striking as it is affecting with NAMDEV BHAU IN SEARCH OF SILENCE.

Driving mad by the constant noise of Mumbai City, chauffeur Namdev Bhau is at the end of both his career and his wits...

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BFI #LFF 2018: THE CHAMBERMAID (LA CAMARISTA) Film Review

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Lila Avilés confronts the monotony of long workdays in her compelling and deeply resonant debut feature THE CHAMBERMAID

Mexican actor-turned-director Lila Avilés confronts the monotony of long workdays with a quiet examination of forgotten belongings and budding friendships in her acutely observed feature debut THE CHAMBERMAID.

Set almost entirely within the rooms, corridors and service spaces of one of Mexico City’s five-star hotels, THE CHAMBERMAID follows Eve, a hard-working and diligent ...

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BFI #LFF 2018: THE KINDERGARTEN TEACHER Film Review

Maggie Gyllenhaal and Parker Sevak in THE KINDERGARTEN TEACHER

Maggie Gyllenhaal gives a career-best performance in THE KINDERGARTEN TEACHER, a disturbing thriller which examines the fine line between nurture and obsession

The relationship between teacher and student seems to be a recurring theme at the BFI London Film Festival this year. Following Ursula Meier’s SHOCK WAVES: DIARY OF MY MIND which examines a teacher’s influence on her high school student, director Sara Colangelo takes it to another level in THE KINDERGARTEN TEACHER, examining the fine l...

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BFI #LFF 2018: AFTER THE SCREAMING STOPS Film Review

Matt and Luke Goss in AFTER THE SCREAMING STOPS

Despite the odd awkward moment, AFTER THE SCREAMING STOPS is an intimate portrait of the Goss brothers

From Blondie and The Police to Erasure and New Kids on the Block, the number of 80s pop bands reuniting is certainly on the rise. So when British pop sensation Bros announced they were getting back together for a special comeback tour in 2017, it hardly seemed like big news.

During the late 1980s, Bros were one of the biggest bands in the world – for 15 minutes...

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INTERVIEW: Mahmoud Sabbagh Talks AMRA AND THE SECOND MARRIAGE

Mahmoud Sabbagh attends the World Premiere of AMRA AND THE SECOND MARRIAGE

Mahmoud Sabbagh at AMRA AND THE SECOND MARRIAGE. Photo: Tristan Fewings/Getty Images for BFI

Writer and director Mahmoud Sabbagh talks to Frankly My Dear UK about AMRA AND THE SECOND MARRIAGE

Following the success of his debut film BARAKAH MEETS BARAKAH in 2016, Saudi filmmaker Mahmoud Sabbagh makes a welcome return to the big screen with his second feature, AMRA AND THE SECOND MARRIAGE.

Blending dark comedy with irony and wit, AMRA AND THE SECOND MARRIAGE tells the story of a 44-year-old housew...

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