George East reviews Marmite Cannes-prodigy Xavier Dolan’s latest drama, about a mother’s relationship with her ADHD-suffering son. Featuring a trio of electric performances, it gets loud. Very loud.
Monthly Archives: February, 2015
Screen Social is hosting another night of short films, music and chat at The Book Club in London tonight, featuring a selection of debut films.
Kate Owens introduces us to Women in Horror Month, Hannah Neurotica’s annual initiative to break down barriers to female participation in the genre.
A full list of winners from the 2015 Oscars plus our reaction and live blog.
Is possible to make money off the Oscars? Gorilla aims to find out by betting our own hard earned cash on the winners of the 2015 awards.
Butter Lamp is an Oscar nominated short film that highlights the often crass and insensitive domination of traditional values by China’s cultural expansion in Tibet.
The Encounters Short Film Festival is the UK’s most prolific short film festival, and they are now taking film submissions for 2015.
Episode 10 of The Bunker podcast is out now! This month is about reflections and when something that looks the same can start to look more and more distorted.
Jonathan Neeves reviews the crazy sci-fi feature film Science Team, from Drew Bolduc.