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My First Summer- BFI Flare 2021 Movie Review

Sheltered Claudia is trying to survive in the wake of her mother’s suicide when Grace, a local girl arrives and changes her life.

The Greenhouse- BFI Flare 2021 Movie Review

Since the death of her mother Lillian, Beth has been unable to move on both figuratively and literally. She stayed at home with her, now widowed mother Ruth, whilst her three siblings moved on with their lives, fell in love and pursued their dreams. On the eve of Ruth’s 60th birthday, Beth discovers a portal to the past in the forest by her home. She soon becomes addicted to that place and the memories, oblivious to the danger that lay ahead. 

Jump, Darling Movie Review- BFI Flare Festival 2021

Russell, a rookie drag queen needs to escape the City after a recent break up, he flees to the safety of his grandmother’s house in the country. Though whilst there he learns some hard truths and finds a new kind of kinship.

Shirley BFI: London Film Festival Movie Review

Shirley is not so much a typical biographical film but more an alt-biopic told in the style of one of Shirley Jackon’s gothic short stories

Herself: BFI London Film Festival Movie review

Herself is an honest portrayal of domestic violence, but also an uplifting and inspiring tale about a Mother’s devotion and love for her children.

My Fiona Review, 2020, BFI FLARE

My Fiona will break your heart and put it back together again. This is a beautifully filmed portrayal of grief, family and learning how to live again.

Nocturnal LFF Review

Nocturnal Film Review Director: Nathalie Biancheri Starring: Cosmo Jarvis, Sadie Frost and Lauren Coe “Nocturnal features captivating performances from both Cosmo Jarvis and Lauren Coe” Nocturnal I was fortunate enough Continue Reading

Only The Animals LFF Review

Only The Animals  Director: Dominik Moll Starring: Denis Ménochet, Laure Calamy, Damien Bonnard Only The Animals is a compelling mystery that moves expertly toward an unexpectedly moving and surprising end. Continue Reading