Interview with Matthew Mishory, director of A Portrait of James Dean: Joshua Tree, 1951

Matthew Mishory’s debut feature length film is a speculative biopic of one of Hollywood’s most iconic actors. Set during the years preceding his brief film career, it is an unconventional telling, concerning itself more with tone and poetry, rather than plot. Set primarily in the desert of Joshua Tree national park, the film presents James Dean as a young poet finding his voice; a man on the cusp of greatness, but in many ways innocent to all that surrounded him. Ali Gardiner talks to the director to find out the inspiration and motivation behind the movie.

The Place Beyond The Pines Review

The Place Beyond The Pines sees Ryan Gosling reunite with Blue Valentine director, Derek Cianfrance, in a film, which is unlike anything else I have seen this year (or for a few years). This is an intense film, filled with many surprises and twists, and I have been astounded how none of the advertising or writing on the film thus far has given away anything that happens in the film.

Iron Man 3 Against Piracy

On Friday 29th March the Industry Trust for IP Awareness and Walt Disney Studios UK launched a unique IRON MAN 3 trailer, featuring ROBERT DOWNEY JR. and GWYNETH PALTROW that celebrates the value of original film, TV and video content.

Watch new rock-doc HIT SO HARD here

It's time for the latest VoD serving from Peccadillo Pictures on Front Row Reviews - this time for new rock documentary, HIT SO HARD, which follows the drummer, Patty Schemel on the Live Through This tour of the early 90's as well as featuring never before seen footage of the band as well as Kurt Cobain.

Watch The Arrival of Wang Online – FrightFest 2012

FrightFest 2012 saw The Arrival of Wang, directed by the Manetti Bros. (Paura 3D) and starring Francesca Cuttica, as both a fan favourite and tocritical acclaim (watch out for the arrival of our review, see what I did there?). Now, here is the fun stuff. Ahead of it's DVD landing, Peccadillo Pictures have released the VOD rental for this unique picture and now is your chance to check out the film right here, on FRR! To rent the film, click below, it's only £3.49 - days after it's Festival showing, that is a pretty good deal!