How Filmmaking Changed In A Pandemic

Posted by - February 24, 2021
It was around March 2020 when films began dropping like flies off the release calendar and delaying their release dates, in some cases by up to a year. First there was James Bond, then A Quiet Place Part 2, followed by Fast & Furious 9, Black Widow, the list goes on and on. But whilst we

Top of the class? School’s Out Forever (Film Review)

Posted by - February 8, 2021
Filmed during 2019 and uncannily featuring a global pandemic, people panic-buying loo rolls and once busy motorways and towns now reduced to eerily deserted wastelands, Rebellion Films have unleashed their debut feature, School’s Out Forever, inspired by Scott K. Andrews’ book. When a prank backfires, rebellious 15-year-old Lee Keegan (Oscar Kennedy) finds himself expelled from

Kenneth Branagh cast as Boris Johnson in new Pandemic Thriller

Posted by - January 23, 2021
The first wave of the Covid-19 Pandemic was a traumatic time for all of us. More so than many other time during these unprecedented months as the mystery of what was happening was very much in the air. This horrific time will now be dramatized in the newly commissioned five part limited series, This Sceptred

Forgetmenot – Apples (FNC 2020 Review)

Posted by - October 28, 2020
Since the start of covid lockdown in March of 2020, there’s been a slew of pandemic-themed new releases that have hit the market. Some shot during the pandemic, some narrowly completing post-production at the tail-end of the first wave; numerous filmmakers have attempted to specifically analyse the psychological effects of the recent rise of covid-cases