Call Me By Your Name

★★★★ Directed by Luca Guadagnino Starring Timothée Chalamet, Armie Hammer, Amira Casar and Michael Stuhlbarg Film Review by Hope Madden It’s a languid Italian summer circa 1983 and everything is just so ripe. Call Me by Your Name, the coming-of-age drama from Luca Guadagnino (I Am Love, A Bigger Splash), swoons. Precocious seventeen-year-old Elio (an…

The Director: A Comedy About Homelessness short film

Directed by Patrick Ireland Written by Sam Wise and Patrick Ireland Starring Mark Keegan and Patrick Ireland Short Film Review by Euan Franklin You can’t expect to walk in a city like London and not be struck by the issue of homelessness. More than 300,000 people are homeless in the UK, 8000 of whom reside…

Kafou short film

Directed by Bruno Mourral Written by Jasmuel Andri, Gilbert Mirambeau Jr. and Bruno Mourral Starring Jasmuel Andri, Rolaphton Mercure, Manfred Marcelin, Rolando Étienne, Marcus Boereau, Ralphe Théodore, Sionel DorcélyShort Film Review by Chris Olson Haitian dark comedy Kafou is a riotously funny short film from Jasmuel Andri, Gilbert Mirambeau Jr. and Bruno Mourral that combines…

Amber short film

Written and Directed by Andi Osho Starring Cat Van Dort, Will Finlason Short Film Review by Chris Olson Tackling the totes emosh world of pop music fandom, filmmaker Andi Osho’s short film Amber adds a deliciously macabre streak to his tale, and the result is compelling and enjoyably twisted. Cat Van Dort plays the titular…

Insidious: The Last Key – Lin Shaye is the compelling centre of an unexpectedly moving fourth instalment in the supernatural horror franchise

Katherine McLaughlin 12 January 2018 Lin Shaye is the compelling centre of an unexpectedly moving fourth instalment in the supernatural horror franchise ‘I don’t have memories from that place. I have scars,’ explains parapsychologist Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye) to her Spectral Sightings team, as she goes into more detail about a physically abusive upbringing at…