Tag Archives: Documentary

Now Available to Stream or Buy – Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound

How often do you walk into a cinema and truly reflect on the sound of the film you are watching? We all consume sound in film without ever really thinking about its creation and origins. Simply expecting the film to submerge us into drama, fantasy, horror or comedy. Making Waves beautifully explores the talent and …

Now Available to Stream or Buy – Apollo 11

Very few documentaries have the power to transport you back to a specific time and place; Apollo 11 is one of those documentaries. Director Todd Douglas Miller taking you back to the hot summer of 1969. NASA’s beautifully restored 65mm footage creating the aesthetic of live TV coverage. Every scene oozing the excitement, adrenaline and …

For Sama (Review) – The horror of war and strength of humanity

Capturing the horror of a war where crimes against humanity have and are still taking place. Waad al-Kateab and Edward Watts ‘For Sama’ is documentary the whole world needs to watch; a world that has largely stood by as millions of people have suffered and died in Syria. While increasing global populism and nationalism have …

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 …