In the early part of this century filmmaker John C. Lyons produced a ground-breaking independent film titled "Shakespeare's Dilemma". The film, which portrayed a peculiar form of mental illness, was shot on the campus of Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, and featured Shakespearean characters in...
Jesus of Malibu is an effort not to search for something but to open the door to what is already there. Our hearts, our minds, to truth, to meaning, for there is this lethargy, this vanity, that the film speaks of that has washed over us, this force that ever seeks to make us forget those real and...
Jesse Scott Bryan's new film, Cruizin' showcases a renewed spirit in how films are made.
If I can thank The Northern Film School for one thing, it would be for introducing me to the best British film of the 00s: Hunger , the modern art house classic dealing with the life of the infamous IRA member Bobby Sands, his time in prison, and...
In today's review, I take a look at a Shakespeare adaptation directed by the guy who brought us "Buffy" and "Dollhouse". Is it a match made in heaven?
Yet another film that is plagued with misconception. The trailer suggests the film will be a terrifying thriller but it's actually a drama/mystery that barely touches on the paranormal. 3.5 out of 4.
YouTube is the place to go for some of the scariest short films on the internet. And the best part? The ones on this list are all free–and under 20 minutes.
An in-depth look at the issues to be addressed when producing a feature film, focusing on the market and ensuring the film in a success.
Love the Mighty Boosh? Nuts about Noel? Jumping for Julian? Check out this review of Bunny & The Bull.
A few months ago I went to watch I, Daniel Blake, the latest film by Ken Loach about today's staleness of bureaucracy and its officers.