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To celebrate International Women’s Day on Sunday 8th March 2015, Pathé is proud to release this portrait of the women behind SUFFRAGETTE – the first feature film to tell the story of the ordinary British women at the turn of the last century who risked everything in the fight for equality and the right to vote.
The recipient of this year’s Grand Prize at the Cannes Film Festival, Inside Llewyn Davis brings the Coen Brothers back to the spotlight after the lukewarm success of A Serious Man. Unlike anything they’ve done before but still recognizable as a ‘Coen’ film, Inside Llewyn Davis deservedly garnered showers of attention at the festival for its stand-out performances, beautiful cinematography, and exceptional directing.
Shame is the latest feature from British Artist Steve McQueen. The story takes place in New York City and follows the life of Brandon, whose antics are soon revealed to be part of a sexual addiction. When his equally unstable sister comes to stay with him unexpectedly the true extent of his addiction and the [...]
In 2012, Baz Luhrmann returns to our screens with his adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby starring Tobey Maguire, Carey Mulligan and Leonardo DiCaprio. Although there have been several unofficial shots cropping up online, Warner Bros. have finally released some stills from the film, check them out below. Narrated from the point of view [...]
British director Steve McQueen is slowly working his way through the spectrum of human feelings. He began with Hunger, a film that gave cinematic life to the events within a prison where the hunger strike of IRA member Bobby Sands took place. And now McQueen has moved on to Shame, a haunting, lingering portrait of [...]
This fortnightly article will take a look at a current release and recommend three films based on different aspects of the film in question. Hopefully each recommendation will be diverse and slightly unpredictable, as hopefully some this week show. Let’s kick off with three films for you to watch if you liked Nicholas Winding Refn’s [...]