LFF 2017 Blog!
Unlike anything I've seen, the ever wonderful Lynne Ramsay's latest is unsettling and nightmarish with an incredible performance by Phoenix at its core
Explosive, darkly comic and heartbreaking, Three Billboards was the perfect film to close a wonderful London Film Festival 2017 - with a bang.
An important and fun documentary about the relationship between Warren G, Snoop Dogg and Nate Dogg and the war between artists on Death Row Records and Def Jam. Ultimately though, it's all about the joy of hip hop.
A unsettling and upsetting look at Mayanmar's "Evil Monk' Ashin Wirathu. A difficult but important watch.
Pointless slice of white middle class naval gazing in Brooklyn whilst simultaneously squandering a fantastic cast.
Urgent, vital and exciting, 120 BPM is a rollercoaster ride through the AIDS epedemic and the French mishandling of it via ACTUP an AIDS activist group in Paris.
A fun and charming look at Godard's love affair with 19 year old actress Anne Wiazemsky. Written and directed by Michel Hazanavicius
Acclaimed director Agnes Varda and photographer and muralist JR take a road trip through rural France with stunning and heart rendering results. A wonderful documentary.
Boys vs Girls! The team behind Little Miss Sunshine ace it as Billy Jean King takes on some middle aged bloke.