The prominence of its female characters is one of the big shocks for apocalyptic action flick Mad Max: Fury Road. Simon Roger Key explains how
The Plymouth Film Festival has grown from strength to strength in a short time, John Tomkins talks to one of the organisers, William Jenkins
A Fool$ Game is Edward Sillence’s film being shot in South Devon. We go in touch to catch up with production
Movie sequels are a mixed bag, with some leaping on the earlier film’s success and attracting top names, while others flounder… Shia LaBeouf anyone?
Welcome to Oxmouth is an unnerving promotional video for the town of Oxmouth in our increasingly corporatised world, from Meat Bingo
A Royal Hangover is a feature-length documentary for Arthur Cauty and offers an unflinching look at the UK’s relationship with alcohol
Film supremo Roger Deakins reveals a movie image that has stayed with him
Simon Roger Key takes a closer look at Michael Keaton’s meaningful undercurrent of mood, which has been too little used in recent years
2013 saw the end of Blockbuster, but it is the ‘rental experience’ that Simon Roger Key will truly miss
Dartmoor Killing is a new feature filmed from multi-award winning filmmaker Peter Nicholson
Anyone who grew up with the wonderful stop-motion effects in the likes of Jason and the Argonauts and Clash of the Titans will know the name Ray Harryhausen. Last week, the stop-motion maestro sadly passed away – but he leaves behind a rich legacy of work that continues to inspire today’s blockbusters.
There have been a string of road movies based in South America in recent years. Sean Wilson takes a look at this fascinating and much welcome trend in contemporary world cinema.
Sam Raimi’s Oz the Great and Powerful is currently proving magical at the box office – and it also features another wondrous score from Danny Elfman. I take a look back at the remarkable career of the endlessly inventive composer – one of the most creative individuals in the world of film music.
Recently, several acclaimed South Korean directors have moved into English language cinema. I take a look at this exciting and intriguing development.
The BAFTA’s are over for another year. Now it’s time to pick through the debris and assess the winners and losers at this year’s ceremony