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.
Author Oliver Hunt
Joachim Trier’s first English film is a well crafted look at how the sudden absence of a family member turns the remaining family’s lives upside down.
Ming of Harlem tells the incredible true story of Antoine Yates who secretly kept a tiger, alligator and other exotic pets in his New York apartment.
Woman on the Run subverts the film noir standards to paint a compelling story about a strong woman up against macho institutions.
Victoria (2015) tells the story of one woman’s series of decisions over the course of a night in Berlin. Impressively it was all shot in one take. Madness!
Gorilla went along to the opening of the brand new Cheap Cuts Documentary Film Festival in London to what short docs they had collected from around the world.
Homme Less tells the very modern story of a 52-year-old fashion photographer who seems to live the high life in New York, but is actually homeless.
We take a look at the impact of American provocateur Harmony Korine at the London Short Film Festival
What Have You Done To Solange? amps it up with sex and violence in a story about illicit affairs and murders linked to a Catholic girl’s school. But is there more to its shock value?
Gorilla talks to Jimmy Dean and Ellie Gocher about their short film about a young traveller girl, Charity, and what it was like shooting on celluloid with just £3,000.