Stronger: Jake Gyllenhall stars in moving, low-key drama about the Boston marathon bombing.

If you’ve seen last year’s Patriots Day and thought that one film about the Boston Marathon bombing was enough, you couldn’t be any farther from the truth.

December 17, 2017 | Film + Entertainment

Candid sits down with British actor, Sean Teale

Skins is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year and we sit down Sean Teale, who played Nick Levan on the E4 series alongside the likes of Nicholas Hoult, Dev Patel, Joe Dempsie, Jack O’Connell and Daniel Kaluuya.

December 17, 2017 | Film + Entertainment

‘Phantom Thread’: Daniel Day-Lewis’ delivers his final curtain call in Paul Thomas Anderson’s stylish and surprisingly funny psychological drama

Is there a more original director working in Hollywood today than Paul Thomas Anderson? From Scorsese-esque drama through romantic comedy, to a great American epic and a drug-fuelled mystery adapted from Thomas Pynchon, he always seem to go where we least expect.

December 14, 2017 | Film + Entertainment

Human Flow: Ai Weiwei’s poignant investigation into the refugee crisis

Rough estimates suggest that there are currently over 65 million individuals who are forcibly displaced throughout the world.

December 13, 2017 | Film + Entertainment

Menashe: A subtle, endearing father-son story set in New York’s Hasidic Jewish community. We spoke to Menashe last week to tell us all about the film

Menashe is centred around a widowed father who resides in New York’s Borough Park within a heavily Hasidic Jewish community.

December 11, 2017 | Film + Entertainment

Fletcher Cowan: Socially Correct

Whether you have seen or heard him lead cheeky discussions across television and radio, or perhaps have enjoyed his guilty pleasure projects as he works relentlessly behind-the-scenes, Fletcher Cowan knows how to create the right projects.

December 8, 2017 | Film + Entertainment

Rafael De La Fuente – Breaking Down Walls

  If you’re noticing a rise in temperature from your television screen, there’s a fairly good chance actor Rafael De La Fuente is to blame.

December 6, 2017 | Film + Entertainment

Good Time: The Safdie brothers’ gritty inner-city drama proves a career highlight for Robert Pattinson

Good Time exemplifies the phrase ‘watching a train wreck’ with its nerve wracking 101 minutes of observing scruffy, petty criminal Connie Nikas (Robert Pattinson) spiral into the dark depths of law-breaking; from robbing a bank to becoming a fully-fledged fugitive.

December 5, 2017 | Film + Entertainment

Wonder: Heart-warming family drama offers a much-needed bump of optimism

An overall faithful adaptation of RJ Palacio’s poignant novel, Wonder is a lovely and heart-warming family film whose powerful message to embrace kindness and tolerance couldn’t be more fitting nowadays.

December 4, 2017 | Film + Entertainment

We interviewed BAFTA winner Adeel Ahktar to talk to us about babies, identity, colourblind casting and The Big Sick

Revered Judd Apatow coma comedy drama The Big Sick, released last June is now seeing its DVD release this month.

November 29, 2017 | Film + Entertainment

Beach Rats: A striking, erotic masterpiece about lost youth: An interview with director Eliza Hittman

When director/ writer Eliza Hitman began making Beach Rats she had no genre or classification in mind or that she was intentionally making a gay movie.

November 25, 2017 | Film + Entertainment

Suburbicon: Clooney’s satire misfires even with the best of intentions

In late 50s America, ripe to go through the civil rights movement, an all-American picket fence town is hit with two scandals.

November 23, 2017 | Film + Entertainment

Exhibition On Screen: A glimpse into the myth that is David Hockney

Exhibition on Screen are set to release, in cinemas nationwide, the new David Hockney documentary David Hockney at the Royal Academy of Arts: A Bigger Picture 2012 & 82 Portraits and One Still Life 2016.

November 20, 2017 | ArtsFilm + Entertainment

Justice League, DC Universe takes a lighter tone with a larger ensemble cast

Set in the aftermath of Batman v Superman, Batman (Ben Affleck) sets out to form a team of superheroes to confront an alien invasion and save earth.

November 19, 2017 | Film + Entertainment

Dexter Darden: Paving his own Path

An actor on the rise, Dexter Darden has been strategically selective in the roles he pursues, visualising the bigger picture with his artistic contributions.

November 18, 2017 | Film + Entertainment

Matt Rife: The Wild Card

Ever since actively pursuing an impressively young career in stand-up comedy during his teenage years, comedian, actor, and television personality, Matt Rife is now laughing his way toward success.

November 17, 2017 | Film + Entertainment

Marjorie Prime: An exquisite low key sci-fi drama

Some sci-fi efforts avert futuristic exhibitionism and tread on more subtle lines; where the future setting is fodder to a director’s more personal story and philosophical questions.

November 16, 2017 | Film + Entertainment

Paddington 2: An outstanding sequel with our most beloved, irresistible Peruvian bear

Three years ago BAFTA-nominated writer/director Paul King and Oscar-nominated Producer David Heyman created a critically acclaimed unexpected hit, bringing Michael Bond’s Paddington Bear to the silver screen in a brilliant mix of live action and CGI animation.

November 10, 2017 | Film + Entertainment