Two of Orson Welles’ lesser known films, Too Much Johnson and The Immortal Story, are re-released on DVD and Blu-Ray in the UK.
Monthly Archives: June, 2015
Falstaff, Chimes of Midnight is perhaps a lesser known film by Orson Welles, but a cinematic and DVD/Blu-Ray re-release allows audiences to appreciate it.
Gorilla headed to the Shortest Nights short film festival in London – here’s what happened.
Come Out To Play (or The Harvest in the US) isn’t sure where to pitch itself at first, but ends up as a compelling psychological thriller.
The London short film night Bar Shorts is back at The Book Club on Tuesday 23rd June with a selection of documentary shorts.
On June 21 Short Sighted Cinema is hosting a day-long festival of short films in Angel, north London. Here’s what to expect.
You’ve heard the show, now get the soundtrack! Bring the post-apocalypse to your everyday life with the Bunker podcast soundtrack!
Part 2 of our coverage of Sheffield Doc/Fest 2015, which takes in Angry, White And Proud, I Want To Be King and Limited Partnership
Gorilla contributor Natalie Stendall looks back at some of the best films from days 1 and 2 of Britain’s premier documentary film festival.