It took me a while to discover the wonderful world of cinema, but once I did, everything just fell into place.
In response to Mexico's sexual conservatism, director Amat Escalante cooked up The Untamed, a film which has to be seen to be believed.
Chavela is a documentary that is an introduction to the legendary ranchera singer as well as a fond remembrance for those who knew her
We continue to cover the multitude of films coming from London Film Festival, with reviews of among others, 1%, Lean on Pete and Good
Literally, Right Before Aaron is a hugely entertaining romantic comedy which doesn't shy away from the awkward realities of real life.
Abundant Acreage Available is a simple package of meditation about life and death you will be thinking about long after the film has ended.
Chloe, Ryan and Alistair of Film Inquiry are attending BFI London Film Festival, and share some of their first impressions!
Despite a semi-autobiographical approach to the mental illness theme, Elizabeth Blue feels cliched- and suffers from a dreadful finale.
Thirst Street may be deficient in the character department but it more than makes up for it with its stylishly vivid visuals.
The Wilde Wedding is host to such a large ensemble that no plot or joke lands, and sadly suffocates the talent of all involved.