Gus is a 2nd year English Lit and Creative Writing student who loves everything film and still doesn't understand why he didn't study that instead. He is the film editor for his Uni newspaper and has written for ScreenRant, Dog and Wolf, BritFlicks and Outline Norwich. You can also find him on his letterboxd, logging in an unhealthy amount of films and most likely keeping his local arthouse cinema above water all by himself.
Gus Edgar reports from Cannes Film Festival, where he saw Solo: A Star Wars Story, Lars Von Trier's The House That Jack Built, and
On Cannes days 5 & 6, Gus Edgar saw a variety of films, including Gaspar Noe's Climax, Mandy, and Spike Lee's latest BlacKKKlansman.
Reporting from Cannes Film Festival, Gus Edgar reviews Eva Husson's Girls of the Sun, Jean-Luc Godard's The Image Book, and more.
Gus Edgar reports from Cannes Film Festival and shares some of his first two days in the French Riviera. He reviews Kenyan LGBT film
Asghar Farhadi's Everbody Knows is a melodrama that takes itself too seriously - one that pulls in each and every direction to try and
Samuel Maoz’s Foxtrot toys with our emotions, but that doesn’t mean it lacks any of its own. This is an energetic and structurally audacious
Paddy Considine's long-awaited second film in the director's chair is an emotionally manipulative disappointment, that has replaced the grit of his debut with a
In Gus Edgar's final rundown of the films of the Berlinale, he reviews Die Tomorrow, Ága, Human, Space, Time and Human, In The Aisles
In this report from the Berlinale in Berlin, Germany, Gus Edgar reviews Golden Bear winner Touch Me Not, Chinese film An Elephant Sitting Still,