Films

DVD, Films

Can I Watch ‘Une Femme Mariée’?

Spoiler: No, I can’t. Jean-Luc Godard has died, and in The Guardian, Peter Bradshaw writes about the director and in particular his...

Films, Media

Waiting for Top Gun

If you visited Prime Video, Apple TV or Google Play Movies in the last couple of days, you may have noticed that there’s something...

Films

The Future of Cinema

Sometimes, when you experience shabby service, you just have to call it out. And as someone who loves to see films in a cinema, that’s...

Films, TV

Star on Disney+ is a Shallow Offering

This week Disney began its global rollout of ‘Star’ as part of its Disney+ service. In the US, Disney has a family of packages...

Films, Media, TV

It’s Different This Side of the Pond

Yesterday I saw my first TV ad – at least in quite a few months – for Wonder Woman 1984, the next instalment of the blockbuster...

Films

Rebecca

Netflix has a new adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca on the service. While this isn’t a review of that film, I can say...

Films

Vitti and Antonioni

Over the last week or so, I’ve been watching or rewatching the loose trilogy of black and white films that Michelangelo Antonioni...

Films, Photography

BFI Archives Tour

Note: If any of the images are blurry click through to Flickr. There’s also a much bigger set of photos over there! One of the...

Films

Getting By Without Cinemas

I go to the cinema a fair amount, and I suspect from the film industry’s perspective, I’m in the top 10 per cent or higher in...

Films

Final Thoughts on the 2019 London Film Festival

Every year for the London Film Festival, I either see a whole load of films, or I basically don’t see any at all. This year was in the...