This 4K restoration of To Live And Die In LA compliments the boldness of this pinnacle of 1980s hard-boiled cop genre films.
Yearly Archives: 2016
I Am A Serial Killer sets off with the potential to be a new Donnie Darko, but sadly a confused plot with underdeveloped ideas hold it back.
‘What Tomorrow Brings’ tells the story of the complexity and insecurity around a girls school in an Afghan village. Taking it light touch ot asks questions rather than draws conclusions.
Nowhere To Call Home tells the story of a mother and her son from Tibet trying to build a better life in Beijing, a place that doesn’t want them.
The Library Suicides is a Welsh-language thriller brilliantly builds suspense and intrigue and marks the emergence of a new directing talent from Wales.
Elstree 1976 finds a new part of the Star Wars story to explore – the stories of the bit part and background actors whose lives were changed by their small roles in the film.
Mia Hansen-Love’s fifth feature about a philosophy professor played by Isabelle Huppert beautifully balances conflicting emotions and ideas to show the contradictions in a person.
Pool Of London gets a 65th anniversary restoration, with its story of an interracial relationship in post-war London still an important entry in British cinema.
Big question: How do you earn money as a filmmaker? Basically with great difficulty, but AMV BBDO’s Flare Studio could help change that.