Currently on the festival circuit seeking a distributor is debut feature film The Ex and the Why from director Jon Bradley and producing partner and star James Iles.
What is the funniest film ever made? We all have our faves and many have tried to argue which comedy stands out as No.1. For Ragil Pembayun, he just wants to laugh. Here is his top 10.
Top 10 Films is on holiday. Through the following ten movies we head to the English countryside, the Greek islands, the south of France, Crete and the Australian outback. What could go wrong?
Not the film the British tourist board wants you to see, Ben Wheatley’s Sightseers is twisted, unapologetically unhinged fun that makes serial killing an eco-friendly endeavour.
Hollywood loved its comedy double acts in the 1980s. Name one star and the other rolls off the tongue: Dan Aykoryd… & John Belushi, Richard Pryor… & Gene Wilder. Here are our faves.
Jeff Nathanson’s underrated directorial debut pokes fun at the Hollywood film industry and celebrity through a sparkling script and sprightly performances.
Writer-director Stephen Chbosky brings his own coming-of-age novel to the screen in this multilayered comedy-drama that is a joy from beginning to end.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars as a 27-year-old who finds out he has cancer. Humour and heartbreak collide in director Jonathan Levine’s bittersweet story.
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