Forget Me Not is a short film set during the Christmas period in inner city London, under a busy intersection.
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.
Paramount have just dropped the first teaser trailer of what looks like an impressive movie with an equally impressive cast; the British- American production Annihilation.
The Childhood of a Leader is a curious one.
Up for Love sees The Artist‘s Jean Dujardin back on screen in a new French rom-com with a small surprise to it.
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.
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.
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.
240 films from 72 countries.
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.
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.