The London version of Sundance Film Festival was once again upon us for its 7th edition, featuring four days of films from the 30th May to the 2nd of June.
BFI Flare 2019, the BFI’s yearly festival dedicated to screening upcoming queer cinema and LGBTQ films, was once again upon us for its 33rd edition.
From Cornish fishing indie Bait to LGBT+ themed Chinese movie Dog Barking At The Moon to French actress/ feminist Delphine Seyrig tribute documentary Delphine & Carole, here is our final picks of films we’ve seen at this year’s Berlinale 2019.
From new Amazon TV Series Hanna to British indie The Souvenir to Spanish lesbian Netflix drama Elisa & Marcela, here are some more picks of films we’ve seen at the Berlinale the past week.
Diane Kruger’s spy movie to the female emancipation of a Macedonian paesant girl, here are some more reviews of films we’ve seen over the past week at the Berlinale.
You will find us in Berlin this week for the annual Berlin Film Festival, Berlinale.
Here is our final update of a selection of film we managed to see at this years International Film Festival & Awards Macao.
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.
Our last installment of picks we’ve managed to see at the BFI London Film Festival last week.
Some more of our picks of films we’ve seen throughout the week at this year’s BFI London Film Festival.
Here at Candid Magazine we’ve had the awfully gruelling task of attending countless screenings throughout the week for BFI London Film Festival, at various cinemas in Central London.
A new documentary on the life of Joan Jett only leads you to consider why it hasn’t this been done sooner.
It was at the foot of the incredible Rocky Mountains that provided Gary Hart with the perfect backdrop to the perfect speech.
Based on a true story in late 19th century France, we first meet the stunning Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette, (Keira Knightly) in her country surroundings, sauntering the open fields with her long braided hair, without a care in the world.
Before landing with the opportunity to review First Man at this year’s TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival), I’d assumed that the first man to set foot on the moon would have had an immensely outgoing and self-confident personality (similar to Buzz Aldrin and Lightyear).
Now, for someone such as me that has a slight phobia of bees, I have to say, this movie might have helped me overcome that a little.
This week, I was lucky enough to swing by the Sundance Film Festival: London, the mini sister festival to the grand showcase in Utah that marks the start of the year and sets up the indie film breakouts.
The Sundance Film Festival ’18: London gets underway this weekend (31st May – 2nd June), with a select group of films picked as the cream of the crop from this year’s screenings at its namesake festival, held in Utah earlier this year.
Here at Candid Magazine we were super psyched to be covering BFI Flare again this year.