Jim Ross speaks to Mat Whitecross, director of SEX & DRUGS & ROCK & ROLL, about his new film ASHES – the difficulties of making of the film, the performances of the cast, and Whitecross’ career to date.
Although it takes a while to find its feet, Mat Whitecross’ ASHES is a twisting and illusionary drama that executes a strong vision engagingly well, writes Jim Ross
LIBERAL ARTS is a gentle mix of romance, drama and comedy resistant to the formulaic mess it could so easily have collapsed into, writes Jim Ross at the Cambridge Film Festival.
LOOPER is an intelligent neo-noir science fiction, with some striking images and more emotional resonance than the likes of INCEPTION. Jim Ross reviews the CFF2012 Surprise Film.
Director Christophe Wagner was at the Cambridge Film Festival to show his new film, DOUDEGE WÉNKEL (BLIND SPOT) – Jim Ross spoke to him about the film and the film industry in Luxembourg, his native country.
Jim Ross reviews the short films playing in the strand TO CELEBRATE – CALLUM, THE WAY THE LAMP SWINGS, BLACK DUST, DYLAN’S ROOM, DAYS OF AWE and LINE 102.
A quietly dramatic series of chamber vignettes, the measured rhythm of BARCELONA (UN MAPA) will gradually draw you in, writes Jim Ross
Although SAVAGE WITCHES doesn’t quite work all the time, some parts of this bold and liberated experimental film are simply wonderful, writes Jim Ross.
COMIC-CON EPISODE IV: A FAN’S HOPE is a funny and amiably diverting documentary, but it ends up providing no insight into its subject matter, writes Jim Ross
HIT AND RUN, for all its faults, manages to largely avoid some of the more lazy and offensive attitudes and stereotyping that has beset recent American comedies, writes Jim Ross.