After all, as Rose-Lynn (Jessie Buckley) points out, if Johnny Cash can make it with convictions on his record, why can’t she?
Review: BEING FRANK: THE CHRIS SIEVEY STORY (2019) [Hebden Bridge Film Festival]
Being Frank is a witty ode to a man and his head. Oh, and the papier mache one too.
Review: THE FIGHT (2019) [Hebden Bridge Film Festival]
The Fight, easy to market as ‘the female Rocky’, is so much more than that.
Review: CAPTAIN MARVEL (2019)
Oh captain, my captain! If you remember my Black Panther (2018) review this time last year, I was bemoaning the … More
“We really want to make it a destination festival.”
Evangeline Spachis speaks to Louise Wadley, director of Hebden Bridge Film Festival (HBFF) about the inaugural festival, Hebden Bridge, creating … More
Review: ONE CUT OF THE DEAD (2018) [Leeds International Film Festival]
It takes a lot for me to get excited about zombie films. As a fledging horror fan that’s a bit … More
Review: BEAUTIFUL BOY (2019) [Leeds International Film Festival]
The latest Timothée Chalamet film was always going to be a big draw on the festival circuit, particularly at the … More
Review: COLETTE (2019)
Colette is a timely story, that takes a microscope to how a person’s achievements can be co-opted by others.
Review: THE FAVOURITE (2019)
A packed out screening of The Favourite, was enough to banish the New Year blues, as was the sound of … More