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.

The Spirit of ’45 Review

The Spirit of ’45, Loach’s most comprehensive documentary of the British working class struggle to date, is a fierce and impassioned celebration of workers’ power and the possibility of collective organisation to ensure services are delivered for people and not profit. Using interviews and archive footage – public information films, news bulletins, footage of election campaign speeches etc – Loach weaves together a narrative that explains how Britain utterly transformed itself after the Second World War.

Thursday Till Sunday Review

Director Dominga Sotomayor’s debut film tells the story of a family on a road trip in rural Chile, on their way to check out a plot of land that belongs to the father. There are two stories that run throughout: that of the parents who are seemingly on a martial suicide mission, and that of their daughter who bears witness whilst taking her first steps into the hard world of adulthood.

Human Rights Watch: Camera/Woman Review

The film begins by introducing Khadija Harrad, a middle-aged divorcee living in Casablanca, Morocco. She supports her family by filming wedding videos; the audience is told that it has become increasingly common for the bride to request a camera-woman to record the women-only pre-wedding festivities.

Win Oliver Hermanus’ BEAUTY on DVD

Check out our latest competition for Oliver Hermanus' debut feature, the critically acclaimed South African drama, BEAUTY which had a theatrical run care of Peccadillo Pictures earlier this year. Find out below how to win yourself a copy of this new DVD.