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The Childhood of a Leader - exclusive clip

The Childhood of a Leader – exclusive clip

The Childhood of a Leader is a curious one. The directorial debut of acclaimed actor Brady Corbet, it details the post-WWI childhood of a fictionalized future European dictator, using the backdrop of the Versailles Treaty to explore both family dynamics and the nature of power. It’s all driven by a powerhouse performance from newcomer Tom...
Up for Love - exclusive clip

Up for Love – exclusive clip

Up for Love sees The Artist‘s Jean Dujardin back on screen in a new French rom-com with a small surprise to it. When Dujardin’s Alexandre finds a phone belonging to Diane (Virginie Efira) he manages to charm her into going on a date with him. Except she’s a bit surprised to discover that Alexandre is rather...
The Brand New Testament - exclusive clip

The Brand New Testament – exclusive clip

The Brand New Testament looks to be an example of that uniquely Franco-Belgian sort of surreal, manic comedy, made popular in the west by the likes of Jean-Pierre Jeunet. Jaco Van Dormael’s film centres on God – here an eccentric jerk living in Brussels – and his ten-year-old daughter Ea, who sets off to save...
Disorder - exclusive clip

Disorder – exclusive clip

Next week’s releases are dominated by a couple of cinematic behemoths in the shape of Zootropolis and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, so it’d be easy to forgive most other films for steering clear. Matthias Schoenaerts isn’t so easily spooked though, and he’ll be tackling the animated animals and caped crusaders head on at...
The Ones Below - exclusive clip

The Ones Below – exclusive clip

After appearances at the Toronto, London, and Berlin film festivals, The Ones Below is finally winging its way to UK cinemas next week, and we’re excited to reveal a rather tense exclusive clip from the upcoming thriller. The Ones Below finds Clémence Poésy and Stephen Campbell Moore as a happy couple anticipating the birth of...
Preview: 10 films to put on your radar at BFI London Film Festival 2015

Preview: 10 films to put on your radar at BFI London Film Festival 2015

240 films from 72 countries. 16 cinemas across London. 12 days. One Festival. These are the essential numbers encapsulating the 59th edition of the BFI London Film Festival that returns to the British capital once again, like every autumn, with a stunningly rich programme running October 7-18. From the UK premiere of some of this...
PREVIEW - Arcade Fire: The Reflektor Tapes

PREVIEW – Arcade Fire: The Reflektor Tapes

This autumn, Grammy Award-winning band Arcade Fire will release their first feature film, The Reflektor Tapes, coming to cinemas around the world from September 24th for a limited time only. Colour me biased since they are one of my absolute favourite bands ever (definitely in my personal top 5 chart of all time), but my...
PREVIEW: East End Film Festival 2015

PREVIEW: East End Film Festival 2015

The 14th East End Film Festival (EEFF), running July 1-12, 2015, has announced its programme with 18 World Premieres, 8 European Premieres, 20 UK Premieres and 16 London Premieres. OPENING NIGHT GALA Affirming its role as a home for breakthrough British filmmaking, the festival opens with the gala European Premiere of ONE CRAZY THING (dir:...
Preview: FUTURO BEACH

Preview: FUTURO BEACH

After receiving its UK premiere last week at the 2015 edition of BFI Flare, London LGBT Film Festival, acclaimed Brazilian filmmaker Karim Aïnouz’s new film, Futuro Beach (Praia Do Futuro) is slated for a UK theatrical release next month and we have an exclusive first look at the gorgeous quad poster of the film from...



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