This is a film by Albert Gonzalez – not one of the most successful hackers in history, but Texan filmmaker who’s sure to be a star of drama film in the future. With over 250,000 hits, this kid has made a glorious, romantic bildungsroman – and something which far exceeds what’s expected as part of … Continue reading Jane’s Underrated (HOUSTON!) Short Film of the Month
THERE’S JUST 25 DAYS TO GO UNTIL THE 85th ACADEMY AWARDS, and all eyes are on Zero Dark Thirty, The Dark Knight Rises and The Hobbit (for missing out, mostly) and the surprising underdog, Argo. The nominations and shortlists most people won’t be watching are the Documentary and Short Film makers, which is a real … Continue reading Keep Your Feet On The Ground Documentaries
Batman may well have saved traditional cinema this year. The renowned massive-screen exhibitor IMAX saw its revenue rise 19.5 percent from $67.5 million to $80.7 million in just a quarter. It’s a good sign for cinemas within the network. IMAX’s latest profits display a recovering cinema audience, all while having beaten Wall Street predictions made earlier … Continue reading THANKS BATMAN! IMAX Winning Cinema Battle
If you’ve not seen the trailer yet or Chrome is ‘SafeSearching’ for you already, I can at least give you a few sneaky spoilers. The first one being: the full film hasn’t been released yet, and Hezbollah’s already said they’re gonna go SICK when it does. Continue reading Filmmakers who are simply stupid: ‘Innocence of Muslims’ is designed to be inflammatory.
Bane’s about to deliver his first wobbly, vaguely elderly, disturbed and freakishly delivered line… and the girl sitting in the centre seat right in front of you at the Odeon scratches her apparently noisy scalp. “Oh, OK – that – that’s fine,” goes the internal monologue. “Yes it’s fine, totally fine, I guess some, nay, … Continue reading THE WOMAN WHO COULD NOT SIT STILL – AT THE CINEMA
“The catwalk is on the street. Always has been, always will be.” Zeitgeist had no shortage of beautiful soundbites for a fitting trailer. Bill Cunningham is one of the most well-loved American fashion photographers. The film, directed by Richard Press, is a vivid documentary that rejoices in the dazzling world of fashion, featuring the infamous … Continue reading Film Review: Bill Cunningham New York 
New Directors Award at SAN SEBASTIAN, nominated for Best Animated Feature at the 2012 ANNIE Awards, 11 nomatinations (including one for the Best Animated Film) in 2012 Goya awards; longlisted for the Academy Awards. I’m lucky enough to be promoting and helping create the publicity for a great European feature film, called Arrugas (eng: Wrinkles). … Continue reading ARRUGAS “Wrinkles” – a film by Ignacio Ferreras
NEW YORK MAGAZINE has reported that Paul Greengrass is writing ‘Memphis’. It will be the biopic of Martin Luther King Jr. Arguably an investigative journalist at heart, Greengrass’ research is apparently looking at the year in which Luther King Jr. was assassinated: 1968. There is as much conspiracy surrounding his assassination as there is … Continue reading Paul Greengrass to direct Memphis?