https://vimeo.com/82394848 I got a bit of a pre-Christmas gift in my inbox today when Mark Brocking, the writer and director of The Double Cross, finally sent a link to the movie. Shot on 16mm black and white film, it is a throwback to slapstick comedies of Harold Lloyd and Buster Keaton. I’ve always been someone whose […]Read more "The Double Cross, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying & Love a Dayjob"
And now, finally, the last batch of trailer’s for this year’s BFI London Film Festival. The festival runs from Wednesday 8 to Sunday 19, and as you can see there are so many great films on the programme. Let us know in the Comment section which films you’ve seen, and whether you recommend them. Tales (dir. Rakhshan […]Read more "2014 BFI London FF trailers, part 6: T-Z"
OK, we’re at the penultimate list now – part 5 of this year’s BFI London film fest trailers: Party Girl (dirs. Marie Amachoukeli, Claire Burger, Samuel Theis) Pasolini (dir. Abel Ferrara) Phoenix (dir. Christian Petzold) Ping Pong Summer (dir. Michael Tully) The Possibilities are Endless (dirs. Edward Lovelace, James Hall) The President (dir. Mohsen Makhmalbaf) Princess of France (dir. Matías Piñeiro) Queen and Country (dir. John Boorman) Radiator (dir. Tom Browne) No […]Read more "2014 BFI London FF trailers, part 5: P-S"
Sorry, I had to take a break to go on a much needed and highly anticipated holiday, but now that I’ve got a bit of sun and caught up on some sleep, I will try and get the rest of these knocked out as quick as possible. Here’s batch number 4: L for Leisure (dir. Lev […]Read more "2014 BFI London FF trailers, part 4: L-O"
Here is the third batch of trailers for BFI London, including a few that I’m highly anticipating, including In The Basement from Dog Days and Import/Export director Ulrich Seidl, and A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night, which looks quite intriguing. And of course, you also have Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing in The Imitation Game and […]Read more "2014 BFI London FF trailers, part 3: G-K"
The 2nd batch of 2014 BFI London film festival trailers: Damn the War! (dir. Alfred Machin) No trailer. Dancing Arabs (dir. Eran Riklis) The Dead Lands (dir. Toa Fraser) Dear White People (dir. Justin Simien) Dearest (dir. Peter Ho-Sun Chan) Décor (dir. Ahmad Abdalla) Difret (dir. Zeresenay Berhane Mehari) The Dinner (dir. Ivan De Matteo) Dragon Inn (dir. King Hu) The Drop (dir. Michaël R. Roskam) The Duke of Burgundy (dir. Peter Strickland) Dukhtar (dir. Afia Nathaniel) Eden (dir. Mia Hansen-Løve) Electric […]Read more "2014 BFI London FF trailers, part 2: D-F"
In which we attempt to make your life easier by gathering all the trailers for the films screening at this year’s BFI London Film Festival:Read more "2014 BFI London FF trailers, part 1: #-C"