Sicario follows an idealistic FBI agent who stares into the abyss of the Mexican drug cartel conflict. While the moral conflict doesn’t quite hit, it still excels as a thriller.
Monthly Archives: January, 2016
The Russ Meyers/Roger Ebert co-venture Beyond the Valley of the Dolls comes to Blu-Ray, and this slice of 70s camp still has some relevance today.
We speak to filmmaker and writer Charlie Lyne about Harmony Korine and paint drying
My Nazi Legacy follows the story of two men whose father’s were Nazi’s and another who lost 80 family members in the holocaust as they try to reconcile their memories with the crimes committed.
Patience, Patience You’ll Go To Paradise! Is the fascinating story about how several muslim women explore the world after their husbands die.
We take a look at the impact of American provocateur Harmony Korine at the London Short Film Festival
How To Change The World tells how Greenpeace got started and the challenges that it and its leader, Robert Hunter, have faced.
The London Short Film Festival are devoting a whole weekend to looking at the work of controversial American filmmaker Harmony Korine
We look at the complex and considered cinematography of the French cinema great – and 70mm fan – Jacques Tati.
Update 2 of the production of the MarsCorp podcast – the end of writing, the start of recording and sex-fiend dentists.