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The Top Ten Films of 2014! As voted for by Front Row Reviews. Click here to view our 2014 Top Ten.
Martin Scorsese Presents: World Cinema Project Volume One, the first in a planned series of releases from Eureka!’s Masters of Cinema label, marks the exciting arrival of the filmmaker’s World Cinema Foundation (WCF) onto UK DVD/BD. The WCF, an initiative set up by Scorsese in 2007, identifies, preserves and restores neglected films from regions of [...]
London-based journalist John Pilger‘s latest documentary, Utopia, returns him once again to his native Australia to investigate the continual mistreatment of the country’s indigenous population. Co-directed by Alan Lowery, the film is due to screen on ITV later this year following a UK theatrical stint, and is a convincingly powerful spark of an all-too-infrequently discussed [...]
Like Wes Anderson, Jim Jarmusch is one of those US auteurs whose distinct style and influence upon contemporaries has brought both a loyal fanbase and a more predatory pack of critics who dislike his work but go to see his films anyway, waiting to dish out ad hominem accusations of being or having “too much [...]
Under the high-pressure strains of contemporary capitalism, work negates family – and then itself. More specifically, in Locke, the daily demands suffered at the top of the construction business beget loneliness and, by extension, infidelity, and the solid foundations on which both a happy marriage with two children and a decade-long job rest are paralleled [...]
Saleh Bakri is Salvo Mancuso, a Palermo gangster who, in the rat-a-tat opening sequence of Salvo, protects his boss from an assassination attempt and hunts down Renato Pizzuto, the man responsible for ordering the hit. Murdering Renato, Salvo falls immediately for his blind sister Rita (Sara Serraiocco), and – unable to kill her too – [...]