Writer James Slaymaker praises Terrence Malicks latest film.
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“My inspiration to make films is my love for saying something to people without using words”: A conversation with student filmmaker Leo Barton
Collaborating with his filmmaking partner Iman Bahmanabadi, first year film student Leo Barton has created…
In his latest column, James Slaymaker poses the question on everybody’s lips.
The manic pixie dream girl?
How does one define beauty when its aesthetics have become easily to replicate and associated with advertisements?
Our writers have come together to discuss their thoughts on the latest Civil War trailer, as well as the long-awaited arrival of Tom Holland’s Spiderman.
Our writers have come together to debate whether Spotlight deserved its Best Picture win and, of course, to celebrate Leo’s glorious victory.
Isiah Medina’s debut feature has received a new trailer, but has yet to get a UK distribution date.
Paolo Sorrentino’s follow up to The Great Beauty really isn’t worth any praise, says James Slaymaker.
This invaluable box-set from the late French director is an essential for cinema fans, says James Slaymaker.
Our writers discuss all the snubs and surprises of this year’s Academy Award nominations, and ponder the question: could this finally be Leo’s year?
For December 22nd, those a little tired of the same old Christmas films might take a little inspiration from James Slaymaker’s suggestions.
In the first of his regular column posts, James Slaymaker talks about the work of Jason Schwartzmann.
Cate Blanchett’s latest film, Carol, heads up this year’s nominations, with further nods given to Beasts of No Nation, Spotlight and Tangerine.