Sundance London: Life, Animated Review

With continuing advances in understanding of mental health and brain conditions, there is a widening territory for filmmakers to consider and represent the experiences of non-neurotypical people. Roger Ross Williams documentary Life, Animated is at the forefront of this new scope, with the story of Owen Suskind’s life managing autism covering just about all the emotions…

TrailerTime: Beauty And The Beast

You might have heard the tale before. Apparently it’s as old as time. But no matter, because Beauty And The Beast is shaping up to be one of the movie events of 2017. The first 90-second teaser trailer has dropped today, & while it reveals little, the film promises much. What is there to get…

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Review

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, a Californian filmmaker named George Lucas created the most successful and enduring film franchise of all time. Star Wars changed the movie landscape like nothing before or since. Over 38 years since the first instalment it is back with the most highly-anticipated release in cinema…

TrailerTime: The BFG

My party trick used to be telling people I had read the BFG. I mean I was an insufferable four-year-old (some might say I still am), but that didn’t stop me. That part of me is therefore delighted to see a first trailer for The BFG, the Spielberg-directed live-action version of Roald Dahl’s classic novel….