• Look Out For… January

    A new month, a new year, a new set of films to look forward to. In Winston Churchill biopic Darkest Hour, Gary Oldman once again transforms himself in a performance that’s hotly tipped for awards glory. Speaking of which, the Bulgarian-Greek drama Glory depicts a platelayer (Stefan Denolyubov) who...
  • One-Shot Filmmaking

    At the end of July, the long-running medical drama Casualty wrapped its 31st season with a finale completely composed of a single, 48-minute-long shot. Although some viewers may not have enjoyed it – complaining that it left them feeling queasy – it’s indisputable that one-shot filmmaking is a testament...
  • Oscars 2018: It’s Never Too Early To Start Predictions

    The film business moves pretty fast – if you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. Is the Academy going to terminate their relationship with Pricewaterhouse Coopers after that historical mishap? Does anyone care? No, because that’s old news and we must now...
  • Film Review – Steve Jobs

    Since his untimely death in 2011, Steve Jobs has been reincarnated a number of times on the big screen. From the parody film iSteve, to the attempt at a serious biopic in 2013, Jobs, it would be fair to think that this story might already be rather exhausted. However,...
  • Trailer Watch – Steve Jobs

    It’s yet another Steve Jobs film, as apparently the world needs more of a man who is the embodiment of the marmite principle. This time it’s Michael Fassbender’s turn, and this first look trailer shows about five seconds of him in the title role. Adapting Walter Isaacson’s authorised 2011 biography of...