Lets take a look at Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, and see how the science fiction predictions from 1968 measure up today.
Monthly Archives: February, 2013
A BAFTA winning short film and monochrome-clad indulgence of the highest quality. An animation that is full of narrative wonder and philosophical intrigue.
Gorilla sits down to talk with punk cinema filmmaker Fabrizio Federico about his new film, Black Biscuit, and his tear it down start again approach to cinema.
John Dies At The End is a post-modernist comedy that’s unique and captivating, even if it’s desire to be weird holds it back at time.
With an 80s-Miami inspired aesthetic, Hotline Miami is a fun, simple, but disturbing game that questions the player’s enjoyment of violence and murder.
This short film is a retelling of the classic, incestuous story of Oedipus, about the inherent flaws of humans… but told with vegetables.
Up There is a documentary about the men who paint advertisements on the brick sides of New York buildings. Is there any deeper meaning to their work?
An actor is someone who acts, so why do we need the word actress? Isn’t categorising people by their gender in a profession where people play make-believe kind of silly?
Letters to Angola is a powerful Short film documentary based on the correspondence between filmmaker Lauren Muchan and Herman, a southern American Black Panther who’s been in solitary confinement for 36 years.