Category Archives: 5 Stars

The History of London Through Film: The King’s Speech (2010)

London has been featured in countless films since the birth of the cinema over a century ago and has allowed audiences worldwide to view the city through the eyes of film makers. From the Elizabethan times in Shakespeare in Love … Continue reading

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Review: Birdman (2014)

From Alejandro González Iñárritu, director of Babel and Biutiful, comes Birdman, a startling and captivating film following the story of one man’s madness, mystique and misery, and his twisted attempt at recovery.

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BFI London Film Festival Review: The Falling (2014)

In her first prominent feature-length film, director and screenwriter Carol Morley brings to the screen a thought-provoking mystery drama with The Falling, an expertly crafted piece on the strange spectacle of mass psychogenic illness in countryside England.

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