Film Review: Drive my Car

I’m not one for conducting interviews with filmmakers; I find it stressful and nerve-wracking. However, when it’s someone I really admire I can’t pass up the opportunity. My first was a long time ago, and I had the honour of ...

Film Review: Undergods

A dystopian science fiction film may not be everyone’s idea of a fun watch ...

What to Look Out for at the 2021 Glasgow Short Film Festival

The trailer for the 14th Glasgow Short Film Festival, directed by James Price and ...

Interview: Etienne Kubwabo Talks About the creation of Scotland’s 1st Black Superhero

Etienne Kubwabo is a filmmaker, DJ, and comic book creator who has introduced Scotland ...

HippFest 2021 – Silent Film: Gothic Masterpieces, Live Music, and Movie Queens

This year’s Silent London Awards presented HippFest with the ‘Best Real-World Film Screening of ...

Film review: City Hall

A four and a half hour documentary about local government in Boston, from a ...

Film review: The Man Standing Next

Political assassination films are a genre distinct from spy films and political thrillers. Whilst ...

Film review: The Mauritanian

With marquee names and a story widely known from news headlines, Kevin Macdonald’s The ...

Film Interview: The authentic heart of Handsome – Siblings, Disability, and Travel

Nick and Alex Bourne are siblings whose relationship is close. However, Alex’s Down’s Syndrome ...

Glasgow Film Festival –Review: Spring Tide

The story of three generations of women living uneasily beneath the same roof in ...

Film review: Minari opens Glasgow Film Festival 2021

If you want your dreams to succeed, don’t invite Grandma. This is not the ...

What to look for at the Glasgow Film Festival 2021

Last year the GFF was lucky enough to sneak in just before the March ...

HippFest 2021: Silent era films – Classics and hidden gems

The Hippodrome Silent Film Festival has announced its 10th festival programme, running Wednesday 17th till ...