Matteo Garone delivers a showpiece of raw gangsterism in the Italian suburbs, and the moral complexities of vengeance in a small town community.
SOLO has a nice shiny, squeaky Disney feel to it and lacks the rugged authenticity of the other films, writes Elle Haywood at the Cannes Film Festival.
Lars Von Trier delivers another uncomfortable cinematic viewing… Elle Haywood reports back from the Cannes premiere.
Elle Haywood reflects on her first couple of days at the Cannes Film Festival 2018, with fellow Take One reps Tina, Juanita, Jess and Catarina.
Elle Haywood reviews and shares Sir Michael Caine’s insights into David Batty’s MY GENERATION.
Elle Haywood examines why “The Post” is so relevant in today’s contemporary world of journalism and political accountability.
Elle Haywood reviews the “Beneath the Surface” strand of short films at Cambridge Film Festival.
IT’S NOT YET DARK is an illuminating documentary from the darkness of Motor Neurone Disease, writes student writer Elle Haywood.
RIFT is an intense horror thriller which never falls into any of the cliché cracks, writes student reviewer Elle Haywood.
Q&A with Erlingur Thoroddsen, the director of RIFT, hosted by Rosy Hunt, at the Cambridge Film Festival 2017