The prestigious title of the Golden Bear is an award that many consider to be one of the most prominent accolades in the film industry. For good reason too! Every year, the Berlinale Film Festival rounds around fifteen of the best feature titles of its selected year, in a fight of talent and cinematic artistry.
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,
“When you’re observing me, who do you think I’m observing?” – Portrait of a Lady on Fire (BFI London Film Festival Review)
On the wavy shores of an isolated island, a love blossoms in one of the most beautiful and effortlessly graceful films of recent memory. Here is a film with so much passion burning (pun intended) in every frame, that you can’t help but fall head over heels for across its patient and calming narrative. It
In a world of doom and gloom it can sometimes be difficult to find light relief. For us film lovers the escape of the big screen experience is all we have. In an industry which is constantly pushing boundaries, coming out with new innovative ways to show the unbelievable on screen, who would have thought