Looted (2019) – Film Review

Rene van Pannevis places the stark reality of the life of a young carer centre stage in his powerful film, Looted. In his debut feature, van Pannevis draws from his own life experiences with this Hartlepool set story. It tells of Rob,

Perfumes (2019) Film Review

Grégory Magne follows up his feature directorial debut, L’air de rien with the charming Perfumes, a tale of the transformative consequences of a connection formed between two contrasting personalities.Once the darling of the perfume

Life With Music (2019) Film Review

The pandemic has meant that films which belong in the cinema have reductively been banished to TV. There are though some movies of a small scale which are effective regardless of the size of screen upon which they are shown. Such a piece

Greyhound (2020) Film Review

The new World War II drama, Greyhound, has made its debut on fledging streaming service, Apple TV+, consigned courtesy of COVID-19 to the small screen. Tom Hanks has expressed his disappointment that his passion project will not receive