“Trespass Against Us”: Tonally Imbalanced But Darkly Appealing

Trespass Against Us is a darkly appealing, if tonally imbalanced, crime-family drama set against the backdrop of a travelling community in Gloucestershire...

“A Change In The Weather” Is A Thing Of Beauty Without Heart

Coldly clinical, artistically nuanced yet oddly isolating, A Change In The Weather has the emotional impact of an art gallery after lights out...
Posted On 04 Jul 2017

“The Hatton Garden Job” Is A Classically British Comic Crime Caper

Based on the true robbery at Hatton Garden Safe Deposit Company, London 2015. Four elderly men and one young man carried out the biggest burglary in English history. The value stolen is still unknown today. Director Ronnie Thompson takes on the truth, in this entertaining and...

“100 Streets” Is A Forgettable Soap Opera

Jim O'Hanlon's 100 Streets fails to step above soap opera styling...
Posted On 23 Jun 2017

Top 10 Feel Good British Films

We check out a selection of great feel good British films...

“Destination Unknown” Champions The Human Spirit Amidst History’s Bleakest Moment

Claire Ferguson's powerful documentary Destination Unknown takes us back to the holocaust through the eyes of those that faced it first hand...
Posted On 13 Jun 2017

Interview: Actor Steven Cree Talks About Churchill, War In Film & Getting Killed By Eva Green

Actor Steven Cree talks about his new film Churchill alongside Brian Cox as the eponymous British PM...

“Fish Tank” Is A Lo-Fi Masterpiece

Andrea Arnold's incredible domestic drama Fish Tank boasts a corrosive emotional intensity personified through Katie Jarvis understated performance...