Film Festivals

BFI London Film Festival 2019 – Programme Launched

The full programme for this years 63rd BFI London Film Festival has landed. Bringing the best new films to London from 2nd – 13th October 2019. This years programme once again mixing a diversity of film with documentaries, talks and workshops. Headline Galas at this years festival include, The Personal History of David Copperfield from …

Making Montgomery Clift – Review

On the 23rd July 1966 Montgomery Clift died of heart failure at his New York apartment aged 45. Leaving behind a legacy of world class film and theatre that pushed the boundaries of masculinity on screen. In the years that followed Clift’s death a picture was painted of a man struggling with his sexuality, addicted …

Socrates

Alexandre Moratto’s debut feature is a stunning and deeply emotional portrayal of a young mans journey through bereavement, isolation and family breakdown. Produced by the Quero Institute in Brazil with support from UNICEF. Socrates empowers at risk young people as producers, co-writers and actors. This input from young people gives Socrates a realism and natural …

Nevrland – Review

Gregor Schmidinger’s debut feature provides a complex mix of masculinity, mental health and sexuality. Creating a picture of a young mans journey into adulthood unlike many other within the gay genre. Combining stark visual imagery with exceptional sound design. Schmidinger creates the aesthetic of entering the thoughts and emotions of his young male lead, Jakob …