Destroyer is a character driven story, told in non-chronological order, set around Nicole Kidman’s bad-cop Erin Dell.
Director Reinaldo Marcus Green’s Monsters and Men provides an intimate, multi-perspective look-in through an interlinked three fold narrative dealing with the highly sentive issue of police brutality.
Midway through Stan & Ollie, the titular comedy duo lament that nobody is going to the movies anymore, that people would much rather stay home in front of their television sets than go to the cinema.
The Golden Globes perhaps no longer wish to be the forbearers of the award season, with this year’s awards seem to have muddled predictions somewhat.
It’s rare to have a documentary focus on a single person, with decades worth of material and background feel contrastingly in-depth and shallow at the same time.
In a world revolving around the social stratosphere of the internet, Tristan Tales continues to craft a genuine narrative worth following.
January 2, 2019 | Fashion & Entertainment
Ben Wheatley diverts thematically with Happy New Year Colin Burstead, tackling less sombre terrain; a New Year’s Eve gathering opens a Pandora’s box of mayhem.
A true tale based on the devastating and sinister 1969 memoirs of Henri Charrière.
The brilliant buzz of The Favourite has been building for so long, it seems the film should have been and gone from big screens already.
As we are nearing Christmas and New years, we are going to follow suit this year and propose our own end of the year list.
December 18, 2018 | Film + Entertainment
Aquaman is over two hours of adventure spread across the oceans and land between them.
Here is our final update of a selection of film we managed to see at this years International Film Festival & Awards Macao.
Building a structure, regardless of its use as a home, office space or social one is a difficult task.
Striking fame originally as one-fourth of the UK boy band A1, singer and songwriter Ben Adams seems to have transitioned smoothly into adulthood.
December 13, 2018 | Fashion & Entertainment
Our 2nd installment of film’s we managed to catch this week the International Film Festival & Awards – Macao.
You will find us in the Far East this week, specifically in Macao where we’ve been invited to cover the International Film Festival & Awards Macao.
Set in the rough streets of Beirut, Nadine Labaki has written and directed a marvellous film dealing with all the grim realities of child poverty and neglect.
A group of four friends get together on a narrow boat holiday, boozily cruising the South East ducts and locks, where over the course their guard comes down to reveal their personal discontent.
Here at Candid we had the privilege to be invited to a series of lectures by Bafta dedicated to the art of screenwriting for films.
December 3, 2018 | Film + Entertainment
Admittedly I was sacrilegiously unaware of Hirokazu Koreeda’s previous work, before Shoplifters came along into my awareness after winning the Palme D’or at Cannes last June.
Technology has always allowed advances in cinema, whether that be through storytelling or graphics, here the two meet as Ralph and Vanellope traverse the internet.