Minari UK Release Dates Confirmed

Posted by - March 30, 2021
Minari, a nominee for Best Picture at the Oscars this year, has had its UK release dates confirmed across all platforms. The film will be released: On demand and In Virtual Cinemas from Friday 2nd April In Drive In Cinemas from Monday 12th April  In Cinemas from Monday 17th May Minari will be available On

Noel Clarke To Receive Outstanding British Contribution To Cinema Award

Posted by - March 29, 2021
Noel Clarke will be known to most as Mickey Smith, Rose Tyler's mistreated boyfriend from Doctor Who. But he is in fact an accomplished Film writer, director and producer. Clarke wrote and starred in the award winning Hood trilogy, a series of films about troubled teens turned adults in West London. This included Kidulthood, Adulthood

“Don’t try to understand it, just feel it” – Tenet (Film Review)

Posted by - August 27, 2020
Tenet, Christopher Nolan’s newest, mind-boggling film comes loaded with expectations not only in terms of it needing to deliver spectacle and entertainment, but also revitalising cinemas in the midst of a pandemic. An unnamed man, only referred to as The Protagonist, is first seen assisting the CIA in an operation to retrieve an object. It

Digital Incapability- The Inadaptability Games to Film

Posted by - January 15, 2016
Some weeks ago the internet when crazy with the release of the Warcraft trailer. The buzz came back when images of a hooded Michael Fassbinder surfaced for Fox’s Assassin’s Creed live action adaption. In its mad panic the internet assured us that these will be fantastic movies, Duncan Jones, the man at Warcraft’s helm, felt