Matthew McConaughey is completely believable as the arrogantly intolerant, coke snorting, Texan shag-monster in DALLAS BUYERS CLUB, writes Liam Jack.
We spoke to the director of KUMA about the great gamble of filmmaking, features vs. shorts and working under Michael Haneke at Vienna Film Academy.
A varied performance from Amanda Seyfried, and an abundance of 70s clichés – Liam Jack reviews LOVELACE, the story behind DEEP THROAT.
KUMA – a satisfyingly slow burning web of family lies, secrets, mistrust – feels like an important piece of work, writes Liam Jack.
An overly ambitious, sprawling drama with commendable performances. At the heart of THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES there is an engaging film, but it is lost in an abundance of narrative.
Yves Montmayeur’s documentary is an engrossing insight in to one of the world’s most complex directors, says Liam Jack.
While the acting and technical skills on display are impressive, LORE has a thin story that never really kicks into gear, writes Liam Jack.
The London Short Film Festival’s FATHER programme takes a measured look at the role of the parent and the often fraught relationship between father and child, writes Liam Jack.
The LSFF’s YOUTH OF TODAY programme examines gang culture and peer pressure, trying to understand the breeding ground rather than jumping to rash conclusions, writes Liam Jack.
LSFF’s TEENAGE GIRLS GO CRAZY brings together a selection of mature, unique and beguiling films about the confusion of girls bridging the gap between childhood and adulthood.