Tiff Stevenson – Mad Man

August 12, 2015

Fact: Tiff Stevenson has the best trainers of any comedian at the Fringe this year. They’re certainly the flashiest pair of Adidas this audience has seen for a while, judging by the whoop that greets […]

EIFF 2015 – Black Mountain Poets

June 26, 2015

Dir: Jamie Adams Black Mountain Poets is the latest film from Welsh director and screenwriter Jamie Adams, who brought us Benny & Jolene and A Wonderful Christmas Time. It’s a charmingly ramshackle comedy, starring Alice […]

EIFF 2015 – Dope

June 25, 2015

Dir: Rick Famuyiwa You’d be forgiven for thinking Dope is a period piece. It opens with shots of Malcolm’s (Shameik Moore) room, filled with videotapes, a vintage Super Nintendo, Public Enemy posters. Dope also feels like […]

EIFF 2015 – The Violators

June 25, 2015

Dir: Helen Walsh There isn’t a lot of sunshine in grim Brit-flick The Violators. Fifteen year old Shelly lives in a run-down estate with her perpetually wasted older brother Andy, and their younger sibling Jerome. […]

EIFF 2015 – Hector

June 25, 2015

Dir: Jake Gavin It may be surprising that a film about homelessness might be just as uplifting than it is depressing. There will be ample reason to come out of this film feeling grim about […]

EIFF 2015 – Misery Loves Comedy

June 23, 2015

Dir: Kevin Pollack Finally, a movie where comedians get to talk about themselves. Kevin Pollack’s documentary exploring the psyche of stand-up comedians is titled Misery Loves Comedy. From this you’d expect the film to delve deep […]

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