LFF 2019: Le Mans '66 - Review
Hugely entertaining, James Mangold's rousing ride of a film perfectly captures both the thrills and politics of the business of racing.
LFF 2019: The Two Popes - Review
An opportunity wasted to get under the skin of two men who have held an office revered by more than a billion people around the world.
LFF 2019: Vivarium - Review
Vivarium is an incredibly strange watch. Although filled with classic cult thriller tropes, it is still enigmatic and enjoyable and leaves you with enough answers to feel satisfied.
LFF 2019: Waves - Review
Waves is such a mature reflection on the struggles of adolescence and journey to find one’s identity, that it’s hard to believe that this is only the third feature film from the 31-year-old director.
LFF 2019: Adoration - Review
Young lovers on the run takes a very different form in Fabrice Du Welz’s latest dark tale of obsession and loss of innocence, which sees two enigmatic leads pushing the boundaries of how far someone is willing to go to protect the one they think they love.
LFF 2019: Zombi Child - Review
Not quite a culture clash but instead a mix of family secrets, voodoo and teen heartache turned into revenge in writer‐director Bertrand Bonello’s latest foray into the darker sides of keeping traditions alive.
LFF 2019: Bombay Rose - Review
Beautifully animated, the colour palette dripping in bright and vibrant colours, Bombay Rose is a tender, heart-wrenching and intimate film.
LFF 2019: I Lost My Body - Review
Winner of the Grand Prize at the Cannes Critics’ Week, director and co‐writer Jeremy Clapin’s animation with a severed hand as the protagonist is a film to be remembered.
Last Christmas Review - An Irresistibly Charming Festive Fun Treat
A flawed but fun festive treat that is impossible not to be charmed by.
LFF 2019: Honey Boy - Review
Shia LaBeouf bares his soul and confronts his father in the emotionally charged, semi-autobiographical Honey Boy, one of the year’s best.