LFF 2012: Great Expectations

As many have already mentioned, it seems a rather odd time to present this latest adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic, Great Expectations considering the recent version last Christmas on the BBC is still pre... Read More...

LFF 2012: Room 237

Room 237 has to be the craziest and zaniest documentary I have ever seen; but what more can you expect when the study is Stanley Kubrick's The Shining?

LFF 2012: Keep The Lights On

Ira Sachs' Keep The Lights On is the story of Erik (Thure Lindhardt) and Paul (Zachary Booth), and their decade long relationship whilst living and hurting together in New York City. At the core, this film demonstrates and explores the ways in which the couple live together and apart and how sex and drugs are used to devastate their relationship. Erik is a filmmaker who is intends to make a documentary about Avery Willard; an artist and gay pornographer whilst Paul is a respectable lawyer, who remains (for the first act) in the closet.

LFF 2012: I, Anna

I, Anna in all ways is a family affair; the film stars Charlotte Rampling, who in her 60's still looks stunning and can still give thrilling performances off slightly unhinged women.

LFF 2012: Fill The Void

First time director, Rama Burshtein has, with Fill The Void, created a world looking at a woman's view of Tel Aviv's ultra-orthodox Hasidic community from the inside

LFF 2012: Hyde Park On Hudson

From the director of Notting Hill comes Hyde Park On Hudson, which at essence is the story of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's indiscretions during his marriage