Vs. is the film for anyone who thought rap battle movies are too America-focused, and you can’t get much more British than sunny Southend-on-Sea, Essex.
Lucy (April Pearson) and Chris (Chris Willoughby) are at the point in their relationship (and their 30s) where they can either break up or stay together and bed in for the long haul, and a spontaneous trip around Europe is their chosen catalyst to spark such a decision.
Our Raindance coverage continues with Accommodations, written, directed and produced by newcomer Amy Miller Gross.
Like love, grief is one of those things that, though close to a universal experience, is almost impossible to explain. Mix in feelings of guilt, take away other people, and it can feel like the end of the world.
Our coverage of this year’s Raindance Film Festival begins with Above the Clouds – the debut feature from director Leon Chambers and a film that thoroughly deserves to break out.
Romantic dramas might be dime and dozen in the indie world, but its still rare to see one that tackles the lives of those outside of the status quo. For this reason alone, Anchor & Hope is refreshing in its commitment to unpicking the complicated business of living unconventional lives.
Fathom Events has announced a screening of the premiere episode of Doctor Who Series 11, The Woman Who Fell to Earth in select American theatres on October 10 and 11. The screening will include two behind-the-scenes bonus features: Becoming a Doctor – Follow Jodie Whittaker’s journey from being cast in Doctor Who to coming alive … >
For some, the Jurassic World reboot was a fun revival of a classic series that had fizzled out years before, and the huge box office return certainly indicated that there was a hunger for more dinosaur disaster fare. For others, however, it was a disappointing, soulless rehash of a beloved property. Everyone else just had … >