A romantic comedy about two sisters, with clashing personalities, who get embroiled in romantic tangles while on a pilgrimage to Cuba to spread their father’s ashes.
Monthly Archives: November, 2013
A documentary short film depicting the anti-government movement in Turkey, using footage, photography, text and interview to chart the trajectory of a protest in May 2013.
Writer and Director Stelana Kiliris tells us what life was like making the comedy film, Committed, on a shoestring budget in Cyprus.
Joshua is an impressive short film about a young man attempting to lead a normal, mundane life, haunted by memories of his past actions.
Choosing Sides is a short film about a dinner conversation that goes sour for a boy when the topic turns to religion – with his Catholic father and Jewish mother.
Damaged Goods is a low budget feature film about two kids adrift in a small community in the North East of England, who find some hope in the form of an adorable dog.
There seems to be an undying fascination in gothic cinema with exploring the nature of…
A brief overview of two of the brightest names in the low-budget, independent ‘Mumblecore’ film movement.
The uncanny similarities between Bing Crosby and Charlie Brown’s versions of a White Christmas.
Gorilla has a chat with Dan Sallitt, a man whose films are marked with a confidence and clarity that makes the experience of watching them somewhat disorientating.