Blue Monday, which takes us into the lives of a myriad of people and their bluest of days. Fairly politically and socially charged, this collection was exceptionally brilliant. Elle Haywood reviews.
FREE SOLO is an engaging portrait of Alex Honnold, and a visually impressive depiction of free soloing without glamorising it. Amber Heath reviews.
Opening night of a film festival is always something to behold; the chatter of cinephiles who fill the halls of the lobbies and rooms, eager to consume this year’s delights. As an ode to the greats, those of the eighties who are now some of the most established directors within the industry; LSSF Presents their … Continue reading London Shorts: Opening Night
Jim Ross reviews RBG, a portrait of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s career before and since becoming a US Supreme Court Justice.
THE FAVOURITE’s particular presentation of History is fictionalised, feminised and though at times frightening, fearlessly fun. Hannah Clarkson reviews.
INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE engages with the pop-culture mythology of the Spiderman character without ever being self-indulgent. It’s also very, very funny.
SORRY TO BOTHER YOU is a bold and distinctive vision that is rightly nowhere near as apologetic as the title. Jim Ross reviews.
Tim Wardle’s documentary follows the real-life story of identical triplets separated at birth and reunited in adulthood.
Possessing an impressive young cast and some genuinely surprising twists, TO DREAM is a tightly plotted and emotionally charged debut. Joseph McLauchlan reviews.