A Sea of Emotion – Portrait of a Lady on Fire (Film Review)

Posted by - February 7, 2020
Any film that takes place by the sea, the coast, a beach is automatically given a dramatic heartbeat. Whether it’s the sound of the waves crashing on the shores. A mysterious house, castle, structure on the cliff edge stating the tone of the story. With a solitary character venturing into the unknown, arriving back home,

The topic of conversation – Girl (London Film Festival Review)

Posted by - October 18, 2018
Transgender men and women have been the topic of conversation for some time. Concerning rights and commenting on how they are portrayed, especially in the media. Pushing all this aside, Girl is an intermittent portrait of a girl who wants to dance and be the girl she is. Lara is fifteen, a ballet dancer and

Innocence Lost – Ava (Film Review)

Posted by - January 3, 2018
When do we really grow up? Is it when we leave home or start a full time job? Is it when we become responsible for someone else? Is it when we are faced with a life-changing event that we can’t stop? Or do some of us never grow up? Despite being only 13 years old

I don’t even – SELFIE FROM HELL (Trailer)

Posted by - May 18, 2017
When it comes to film genres like horror, you don't always know what you're going to get. It may turn out to be something fantastic, such as Get Out, or a waste of your time, like The Bye Bye Man. The reason for that could be that any concept could theoretically be turned into a horror movie. But