Films

Cycling, Films

The Armstrong Lie

I’ve been watching the Tour de France for as long as I can remember. Back in the eighties, I readily adopted the new sports that...

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Northwest and Kon Tiki

The Northwest, or Nordvest, of Copenhagen seems to be rough part of town. Let’s put it this way, you didn’t see much of it in...

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Nebraska and Pioneer

As the London Film Festival gets into gear, I’ve been trying to catch a few films before heading to Salford and the Radio Festival....

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Gravity

Wow. I’ve just seen Alfonso Cuarón’s latest film, Gravity, and, well, just… wow! It’s a stunning piece of work,...

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The Worst Kind of Film Ads

From the title of this piece, you might already trying to decide whether I’m going to be talking about: – Trailers that give...

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Frances Ha

Frances Ha is a wonderful little film, but it’s almost completely impossible to explain. The story focuses on Frances and her...

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Some Summer Films

I’ve not really written a great deal here about the films I’ve seen recently, and as much as anything, I think that’s...

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Viewing Options

Here’s a curious thing. The new Ben Wheatley film, A Field in England, is getting a truly multi-media launch on 5th July, by getting...

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Trance

A new Danny Boyle film is always something to be welcomed, and given that his last two ventures were the Olympics opening ceremony, and...

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Alex Cox on Kickstarter

I’m beginning to wonder if my new way of watching films is going to be via Kickstarter. I’ve now backed two films in the last...