The 1967 Spaghetti Western Day of Anger gets the HD treatment for its re-release. But is the film too indebted to the work of Sergio Leone?
Monthly Archives: March, 2015
John Schlesinger’s cynical, rags to riches satire about fashion and media, Darling, gets a scrub up for its 50th anniversary release on DVD and Blu-Ray.
A retrospective of Swedish filmmaker Roy Andersson’s work was shown at this years Flatpack film festival, covering his commercials, short films and features.
Frequencies is one of the competition short film programmes at the Flatpack Film Festival. If the mission of film is to provoke a response, then this certainly succeeded
Recommended to football fans and athlete fetishists alike, Fulboy takes a steamy peak behind the shower curtain of professional football. George East reviews.
Numbskull is the debut feature film from Birmingham based writer/director John Humphreys. It tells the tale of two men trying to reverse Shakespeare’s curse.
The Seventh Bullet is a 1972 ‘red western’, set in the aftermath of the Russian communist revolution when the Soviet ideals are challenged by rebels.
To celebrate this week’s BFI Flare and fiveFilms4freedom, George East discusses the beginnings of modern Queer Cinema and the meaning of Queer in today’s world.
The Asia House Film Festival 2015 starts this Friday and promises to bring some of the most original and exciting films from Asia to London.
Gorilla checks out three short film programmes from the first weekend of the 2015 Flatpack Film Festival in Birmingham, and finds films that span the ages.