We Are X – BFI LFF – Review

October 28, 2016

Documenting the historical rise of Japan’s most successful metal band, X Japan, the film pays particular focus on drummer, pianist, composer and co-founder Yoshiki. A man of extraordinary musical talents yet convinced he is somewhat […]

Don’t Think Twice – BFI LFF – Review

October 17, 2016

Mike Birbiglia may be a more unfamiliar name to British audiences, but is a renowned comic and filmmaker in his native country of the USA. Don’t Think Twice is his follow up to his 2012 […]

Paterson – BFI LFF – Review

October 12, 2016

A bus driver and poet is the latest of unassuming character portrayals from American auteur Jim Jarmusch. Presented over the course of a week, it portrays the life of Paterson, (Adam Driver), a bus driver […]

Houston We Have a Problem! – BFI LFF – Review

October 9, 2016

With classified documents now available for revision, director Ziga Viric looks at the Yugoslav Space Programme and how it created a time of prosperity under Tito’s reign after selling it to the American’s, yet may have […]

The Young Offenders – BFI LFF – Review

October 9, 2016

Based around the record cocaine seizure in Ireland in 2007, when bales of cocaine landed ashore, presenting a get a rich quick for anyone daring or stupid enough to risk going against the law, cue […]

A Dark Song – BFI LFF 2016 – Review

September 29, 2016

Grief-stricken, Sophia (Catherine Walker) rents a secluded estate home in the country, ensuring its privacy with a lot of cash. Believing she will find what she seeks via the dark arts, she enlists the help […]