Rock Hudson: All That Heaven Allowed is a delicate and intimate showcase of the life of Rock Hudson, one of Hollywood’s most distinguished actors of the 1950s and 60s.
We sat down to interview director Olivier Peyon ahead of the UK release of his incredibly moving movie Lie With Me, to learn more about his filmmaking process.
Lie With Me is an exquisite coming-of-age story centred around an all-encompassing first love and the ever-lasting effect it had upon two young men.
Emanuele Crialese’s L’Immensità is an aesthetically magnificent and profoundly moving film that explores the intricacies of human connection, self-discovery, and the search for freedom.
Wong Kar-Wai’s In the Mood for Love is a poetic and introspective investigation of love, longing, and missed opportunities.
Olivia Colman and Charlie Reid are irresistible in Joyride, the dark comedy that is bound to tug on everybody’s heartstrings.
Unlike any traditional Christmas film, Violent Night delivers naughty and nice – a modern Die Hard where the hero is the biggest softie of all, David Harbour as Father Christmas.
A magnificent tale of love, loss, strength, and independence, Emily delicately tells the imagined life of renowned English novelist and poet Emily Brönte.
Netflix’s charming dark-comedy Do Revenge is filling the chick-flick-shaped hole in our hearts one teen movie reference at a time.