Jack Lowden

England Is Mine – Review

An unauthorised yet very affectionate biopic, England is Mine offers a glimpse into Morrissey’s pre-Smiths years in 1970s Manchester. Surrounded by arguing parents, uninteresting people and dead-end jobs,...
Girls Trip

Girls Trip – Review

Following in the footsteps of Bridesmaids and Trainwreck, Girls Trip embraces female comedy in its most unfiltered and unashamed form. This is not a sweet story of four best friends who find themselves in...
Dunkirk

Team Talk – Dunkirk

With Christopher Nolan at the helm and a cast made up of the likes of Kenneth Branagh, Cillian Murphy, Tom Hardy, and Mark Rylance, it's safe to say Dunkirk has received its fair share of pre-release hype....
Francois Cluzet

Scribe – Review

When unemployed Duval (François Cluzet) is offered a job transcribing phone calls for a suspiciously vague "security firm", he blindly accepts, desperate to prove his worth in the world and get back to a life...
Baby Driver

Team Talk – Baby Driver

Edgar Wright's Baby Driver finally came screeching into cinemas this week, set to what is arguably one of the greatest soundtracks in recent years and featuring a superb cast made up of the likes of Kevin...
1sh

El Pastor – Review

To say that El Pastor is a thing of beauty is an understatement. The endless, broad landscapes of central Spain play a crucial role not only in the film’s stunning visuals, but also in the feeling of...
Finding Fatimah

Finding Fatimah – Review

Oz Arshad’s directorial debut Finding Fatimah brings us the story of Shahid, a Muslim divorcee looking for love on dating app Single Muslim. He stumbles across the beautiful Fatimah, but with divorce...
The Handmaiden

Team Talk – The Handmaiden

With a filmography consisting of the likes of Oldboy, Stoker and Lady Vengeance, Park Chan-wook's The Handmaiden was always going to be mysterious and challenging. Our Stephanie saw the film at last year's...