In association with The Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival Like Crazy is a delicately humorous portrayal of mental illness that … More
Tasha Baldassarre writes on the lasting impact and continuing relevance of the Coen Brothers’ varied and unique filmography. The Coen … More
In the second feature of our running series Louise Wylie gives her first impressions of Kathryn Bigelow’s seminal 90s surfer-thriller.
In Association with Africa in Motion film festival [1/5 qmunistars] Let me begin this review by explaining that, whilst I … More
In Greek mythology, the killing of goddess Artemis’ sacred deer by king Agamemnon causes a storm that stops the … More
Louise Wylie examines British media’s nostalgic portrayal of its colonial past
Wrapping up director Luca Guadagnino’s self-proclaimed ‘Desire’ trilogy (including I am Love and A Bigger Splash), Call Me by Your … More
Naomi Gessesse discusses Black Britain on Film and the importance of archival footage in the representation of cultural history.
First Takes is a series in our film section where contributors review their first time seeing a film they really … More
Thirty-five years after Ridley Scott’s original sci-fi masterpiece, Denis Villeneuve continues the story of blade runners and replicants in Blade … More