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They Shall Not Grow Old

They Shall Not Grow Old is a film that resurrects the voices of those who we have lost. In an interview before the preview of the film in London, Peter…

Isle of Dogs

Isles of Dogs is a love letter to man’s best friend. Revisiting the techniques used in Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009), Wes Anderson has created a handmade feast of intelligent and…

Cult Column: Must Have Been Love (2012)

Love at first sight in the literature of the classical world was understood as a ‘madness from the gods’, used as a form of sickness to either aid or falter…

Journey’s End

“They sent us here to die”: this is the austere notion behind the heavyweight film Journey’s End. This sense of doom renders it distinct from recent contemporary film adaptations such…

Cult Column: Beyond Clueless (2014)

Youth is hypnotic, especially when it is found in the movies. With Beyond Clueless (2014), Charlie Lyne crafted a ‘teen movie’ odyssey in the pursuit of understanding not only the…

Loving Vincent

Loving Vincent: a film seven years in the making; a film that may never happen again; a film endeavouring to talk about one of the most famous artists ever to…

On The Road

Michael Winterbottom’s new film follows the UK tour of the enormously popular indie rock band, Wolf Alice, to promote their debut album: My Love is Cool. Winterbottom is the notoriously…

Goodbye Christopher Robin

Just a boy and his bear: Christopher Robin and his Pooh Bear. An untouchable tale enshrined eternally within the childhood psyche. Pooh, Eeyore, Piglet, Owl, Rabbit, Kanga and Roo are…