LFF 2021 Review: Flee

Coming into LFF off the back of a successful festival run, including rave reviews out of Sundance and Cannes, Jonas Poher Rasmussen’s Flee is getting talked up for potentially making a bit of history where in next year’s Oscars, it could be in contention in

Review: Censor

The subject of much discussion and documentary content within the circles of those interested in the darker side of Cinema, the video nasty finds itself as the context for this new, much buzzed about, horror from first-time feature filmmaker Prano Bailey-Bond but its a film

EIFF Review: Europa

After a successful launch during the Director’s Fortnight at Cannes, Europa plays the Edinburgh International Film Festival at a time where it has only got more relevant in the interim. The recent shocking take over of Afghanistan has thrown the plight of people escaping their

Review: Mank

If you are reading this review there is a large chance you will get on with Mank. David Fincher’s latest is an ode to old Hollywood with plenty of talk about the machinations of studios in the golden age of Hollywood and a plucky, well-liked