Colette

Colette – LFF 2018 Review

If you’re not a fan of historical costume dramas, this won’t be the film to convert you – but don’t dismiss it just yet: Colette has the fascinating eponymous French novelist as its subject, a woman...
Everest

Everest – Review

With scant time to acclimatise, Everest is quick to set up base camp deep in the foreshadowing of the mountain. Everest is a sight worthy of cinema’s largest screens, and a breathtaking canvas for the...

Say When – Review

Kitschy and tediously drawn-out home video credits give way to a humorous portrait of arrested development in the vein of Frances Ha and Drifters. While stylistically closer to the latter, Say When’s...