Today: July 16, 2024


Caesar Must Die

Winner of the 2012 Golden Bear at Berlin, Caesar Must Die sees the now eighty-something Taviani Brothers slip behind bars to blur the boundaries between drama and documentary to give us a radical and poignant
February 27, 2013


Shy, timid Tommy’s (Aneurin Barnard) life falls apart when his heavily pregnant wife is attacked in the hallway of his decaying apartment block by a gang of hooded, viciously feral children.  Traumatised by his
February 27, 2013


It’s ironic (and deeply tragic) that now we’re in the midst of awards season and our cinemas are full to the gunnels of bloated, flabby, gong-friendly epics
January 22, 2013

Countdown To Zero

Countdown to Zero traces the history of the atomic bomb from its origin to the present state of affairs, and argues that despite the fact that nuclear war has receded from the
April 21, 2011

Cold Weather Cinema

An instant hit on the indie circuit having won critical plaudits at SXSW, Cold Weather is an enjoyable romp through the crime sub-genre of amateur detectives….
April 13, 2011

Cedar Rapids

By Jamie Steiner Since 2004 hundreds of Hollywood executives have voted for what they consider the best unproduced screenplays, the scripts that receive the most nominations then going on to form an
April 4, 2011

Cave of Forgotten Dreams Cinema Review

By Jamie Steiner When Werner Herzog revealed his next project would be utilising 3D technology, the announcement caused some consternation among his fan base; it appeared an uncharacteristically ‘mainstream ‘ direction to
March 24, 2011
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