Late September DVD Review

The last few years have been an exciting time for British no-budget films. Amongst others Down Terrace, Skeletons, Treacle Jr and Black Pond have showcased directors creating work on their own terms and gaining... Read More...

The Lacey Rituals DVD Review

Another beautifully put together collection from the BFI ‘The Lacey Rituals’ feels like a life’s work boiled down to two jam-packed DVDs. The films are a mix of work Lacey has appeared in, contributed ... Read More...

Red Desert review

Michelangelo Antonioni is the master of disconnection, so good even his own name seems fractured, hidden inside it’s own repetitions. 2012 is his centenary and to mark this occasion the BFI are releasing... Read More...