Amy. (2015)

Film Feast review

A couple of weeks ago, we told you about the latest House of Peroni residency, this time themed around the best of Italian film. We went down to check out […]

The best of Italian film comes to London.

Italy may not have its own version of Cannes, Sundance, Tribeca or Toronto , but it certainly does have an incredibly rich history of enormous films, so many of which […]

12 Years A Slave European premiere. (2013)

‘Every turn of the page was like a revelation’. This is how Steve McQueen described his experience of reading the story of Solomon Noethop at the European premiere of his […]

Filth. (2013)

Hands down, ‘Trainspotting’ is one of the finest films in the history of, well, films. Too gritty to win an Academy Award (although it was nominated for one), but that […]

Prisoners. (2013)

Fear for pleasure is an odd concept. One which is used so often by Hollywood that it’s now seen as regular, but one which when looked at more closely calls […]

La Grande Bellezza. (2013)

It has been said that director Paolo Sorrentino lost the plot somewhat with his American road movie ‘This Must Be The Place’. Now, with ‘The Great Beauty’, we see him […]

Rush. (2013)

Asif Kapadia’s ‘Senna’ was undoubtedly the finest Formula 1 film to have ever hit the big screen. Now, ‘Apollo 13’ and ‘A Beautiful Mind’ director Ron Howard has thrown his […]

About Time. (2013)

Since its release in 2003, Richard Curtis’ ‘Love Actually’ has firmly established itself as one half of the essential approach-to-Christmas entertainment duo, the other being Mariah Carey’s ‘All I want […]

Lovelace. (2013)

Given she only spent the grand total of 17 days in the porn industry, it’s quite remarkable that 70s starlet Linda Lovelace holds such a legacy, has written a book […]

Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa (2013)

Big screen adaptions of such well loved TV shows so often equal disaster. Director Declan Lowney has what appears to be the right CV to make this work, having worked […]