The Hound of the Baskervilles – 80th Anniversary

The Hound of the Baskervilles – 80th Anniversary

On March 31st 1939 worldwide cinema audiences were introduced to Sherlock Holmes on the big screen. Basil Rathbone taking on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's classic Victorian detective under the direction of Sidney Lanfield. At the time of release Rathbone only received second billing, with the top honour going to Richard Greene as Sir Henry Baskerville, [...]

Now Available to Stream or Buy – If Beale Street Could Talk

Now Available to Stream or Buy – If Beale Street Could Talk

How do you follow the Oscar winning exploration of deprivation, identity and sexual orientation found in Moonlight? If you are Barry Jenkins, you bring us a stunning adaptation of James Baldwins novel. Exploring family, love, racial profiling and endurance in 1970’s Harlem. Showing the endurance and power of love in the face of discrimination, not [...]

LGBTQ films – The Essential Collection

LGBTQ films – The Essential Collection

For the LGBTQ community, film has long been a vehicle for challenging society’s pre-conceptions. While furthering inclusion and embracing a community rich in history, art and culture. The film journey of the LGBTQ community reflects the history of its people, providing a road map of the discrimination, isolation and fight for equality and representation, each [...]

Available to Stream or Buy Now – Burning

Available to Stream or Buy Now – Burning

Creative and beautiful film making, Burning wraps you in its haunting mystery from the outset. With outstanding performances that are full of intrigue and calm in the midst of a spiralling mystery. Lee Chang Dong takes his time building a sense of foreboding, never rushing to easy solutions, as the web of intrigue and unease [...]

Rocketman – Review

Rocketman – Review

Fresh from rescuing the Freddie Mercury and Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody after the removal of its director Bryan Singer. Dexter Fletcher brings us the glowing, fabulous and utterly compelling Rocketman. Bringing to life the career of Elton John with stunning cinematography, performances and energy, in a fantasia of music, creativity and emotion. From its opening [...]

Birds of Passage – Review

Birds of Passage – Review

South American stories of drugs and crime have become a staple of modern cinema and television. Often focussing on the crime lords and families that have fed the worlds hunger for illicit drugs. However, with Birds of Passage  Ciro Guerra (Embrace the Serpent) and Cristina Gallego bring us a family saga that reflects the complex interface [...]

Avengers Endgame – Review

Avengers Endgame – Review

The Avengers journey has been a true cultural phenomenon of modern film, reigniting the superhero genre while dovetailing a whole cinematic universe of colour and diversity into a core central journey alongside characters of depth. While not always perfect in plot devices, Endgame manages to deliver an exquisite curtain call for characters who have become central to the rebirth of comic books on screen.