Based on a book by James Franco, Gia Coppola’s directorial debut presents a loosely plotted snapshot of adolescent life in the fast lanes of a sleepy town.
Author Angie Moneke
Jimmy’s Hall is about a music hall struggling to exist in religiously conservative 1930s Ireland. We also joined in a Q&A with the director, Ken Loach.
The story of an Irish woman, whose child was sold to another couple decades ago, searching America for the son she lost, with the help of a journalist.
There seems to be an undying fascination in gothic cinema with exploring the nature of…
A powerful, stark film about the consequences of relying on the language of violence and the tragedy when a person knows nothing else.
One man wants to be someone else, but when his double turns up, his whole world is turned upside down.
A film about a young man who, faced with the inevitable task of growing up, tries to hide out in the good times at the expense of responsibility.