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Gaza Review: – A candid and sombre documentary of the neglected 2,000,000

Gaza was a place where people once escaped to experience a liberal way of living. But it is now a dejected, rundown and overcrowded grey expanse.

Award-winning writer & director David Scala on marriage, misgiving and micro coming out

David Scala is an award-winning writer & director for stage and screen. He recently premiered Engaged, which follows Darren and his journey as he struggles to propose to his boyfri...

The Process Trilogy – an individual film edited to fit the fears of its audience

On the 28th April 2019 Chewboy Productions brought their own brand of surrealist humour to a startled, and underprepared, audience at Loughborough Junction’s Whirled Cinema.

“It’s a reflection on where we are now – and where we’re going” – Years and Years star T’Nia Miller speaks to Miro

As Years and Years, the new drama series from Russell T. Davies, prepares to premiere on the BBC, we spoke to one of its stars, T’Nia Miller, about the challenges the show presents...

Writer/Director Robert D. Krzykowski discusses Hitler, the Bigfoot and the importance of supporting independent film

Oscar nominee Sam Elliott (A Star is Born, The Big Lebowski) and award-winning TV heartthrob Aidan Turner (Poldark, The Hobbit Trilogy) are The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The B...

Blade Runner in 2019: The present catches up with the future

We open on a now iconic cityscape. It’s night. A sea of neon lights glitter below amongst silhouettes of skyscrapers reaching towards a glowing, polluted sky. Plumes of flame spurt...

Greta Review: Farcical psycho-thriller with unexpected laughs

We begin with an overtly romantic score, set back in the early 20th century, and are introduced to Chloë Grace Moretz's Frances McCullen serving as a waitress in an upper-clas...