Testament of Youth is the latest adaptation of Vera Brittain’s World War 2 memoirs. It’s faithful to the text, but lacks some ambition in its depictions of the time.
Monthly Archives: May, 2015
A few 60-somethings share the special memories behind some of their tattoos, in this captivating short documentary.
J.C. Chandor’s A Most Violent Year draws comparisons with the Godfather as a Columbian migrant tries to make it in New York city during its most violent year – 1981.
You want to know what a film noir detective or spy is really all about? Then just take a peek through the key hole at their home life.
The legendary short film festival Oberhausen stopped by the Derby Film Festival on its final day with six of its best to put on a truly special short film showcase.
Saving the best until last, Derby Film Festival had two short film programmes on its last day. Eat My Shorts was the first of the day, and Gorilla went along.
A tense and provoking short film about the fear of death and killing, set at the violent end of the Spanish Civil War.
The MarsCorp mugs have arrived! Soon to be holding hot drinks in the hands of our generous Kickstarter backers.
This Oscar-winning short drama from 2003 is a must see for fans of shorts and British films, from Fish Tank director Andrea Arnold.