Better known for her role as psychopathic vampire Drusilla in the popular fantasy series Buffy Vampire Slayer, writer-director Juliet Landau delivers a rather disappointing first feature in…
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She has written extensively about film and TV for The London Economic, HeyUGuys, FilmLand Empire, DMovies.com and her own film blog screenwords.co.uk. After graduating with a degree in Film Studies from King's College London, she worked in post-production on a number of film projects and had a short stint working at the BFI London Film Festival. She has a huge passion for intelligent Sci-fi movies (think Phillip K Dick adaptations). Her favourite movie of all time is still Brazil almost 30 years after watching it for the first time.
In The Climb, director Michael Angelo Covino presents a downbeat and deliciously off-kilter comedy which spans years in the life of Mike (Covino) and Kyle (co writer…
New podcast series featuring Daniel Craig, Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Jeffrey Wright, Naomie Harris, producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli and Billie Eilish No Time To Die: The Official James…
Arrow Video FrightFest will go virtual for the second time in 2020, having taken the difficult decision to cancel its planned physical event at the Cineworld, Leicester Square.…
Staring: Amy Adams, Gary Oldman, Julianne Moore, Anthony Mackie, Wyatt Russell In The , a psychological suspense thriller directed by Joe Wright, an agoraphobic child psychologist befriends a neighbour across the street…
In his new historical drama The Current War, director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon (Me and Earl and the Dying Girl) charts the destructive rivalry between inventors Thomas Edison (Benedict Cumberbatch), George Westinghouse (Michael Shannon) and Nikola Tesla (Nicholas Hoult) as they battle it out to see whose electrical system will illuminate America.
Directed by Catherine Hardwicke and written by Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer, based on the 2011 Mexican film of the same name. Miss Bala stars Gina Rodriguez, Ismael Cruz Córdova, and Anthony Mackie, and follows a woman who trains to take down a Mexican drug cartel after her friend is kidnapped.
Gloria (Gina Rodriguez) finds a power she never knew she had when she is drawn into a dangerous world of cross-border crime. Surviving will require all of her cunning, inventiveness, and strength.
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Ten Questions with Justin P. Lange, director of THE DARK
THE DARK is based on your Columbia University thesis short film. Was it a difficult process expanding it into a full-length feature?
I never really saw this as a traditional short-to-feature type of deal, to be honest. My thesis film was my first real foray into genre filmmaking, so it was very much a trial-and-error process for me, almost like a sketch, in which I wanted to see what my version of a horror film would look like. Luckily, the short had some success on the festival circuit, which gave me the confidence I needed to launch into writing the feature. Some of the ideas from the short definitely carried over, but ultimately it feels like a totally different film to me.
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10 Questions with Johnny Kevorkian
What was it about Gavin Williams’s script for AWAIT FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS you liked so much, and what did you add to make it more personal to you?
Well, when I first read the script I thought: “How the hell am I going to make this!” It was like nothing I had ever seen before. I knew it was going to be a massive challenge in every way possible. Overall, this was a very unusual script and that also appealed to me. My main addition to the script was to push it in a much darker and serious tone overall, which is more my style of filmmaking. I’m pleased that I managed to retain the dark humour at the start but then move into a different and much more serious realm as things start getting nastier for the family.