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Rose: A Love Story film review

Rose: A Love Story Director: Jennifer Sheridan Starring: Sophie Rundle, Matt Stokoe and Olive Gray More of our BFI LFF coverage.  Rose: A Love Story World Premiere Rose: A Love Continue Reading

Mangrove: BFI London Film Festival Movie Review

Mangrove: BFI London Film Festival Movie Review Director: Steve McQueen Writers: Alastair Siddons, Steve McQueen Producers: Michael Elliott, Anita Overland Starring: Letitia Wright, Shaun Parkes, Malachi Kirby, Rochenda Sandall, Jack Continue Reading

Another Round (Druk): BFI London Film Festival Movie Review

Another Round (Druk): BFI London Film Festival Movie Review Director: Thomas Vinterberg Screenplay: Thomas Vinterberg, Tobias Lindholm Producers: Kasper Dissing, Sisse Graum Jørgensen Starring: Mads Mikkelsen, Thomas Bo Larsen, Magnus Continue Reading

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.

Relic BFI: London Film Festival Movie Review

Mother, Kay and daughter, Sam travel to their home town and family home when they get word that Edna, the mother/ grandmother has been missing for several days. However, when she returns things are not all that they seem.

Religion Cannot Save You: Mothers and the Function of Womanhood in The Conjuring

Religion Cannot Save You: Mothers and the Function of Womanhood in The Conjuring Written by Taylor Hunsberger as part of the Valkyries Horror Festival focused on Women in Horror.  The Continue Reading

Coming of Age and Releasing the Beast – Female Sexuality in Horror

Coming of Age and Releasing the Beast – Female Sexuality in Horror Written by Kim Morrison as part of the Valkyries Horror Festival focused on Women in horror.  Female Sexuality Continue Reading

Caitlin Moran’s How To Build A Girl, Movie Review

How to Build a Girl is a coming of age story about Johanna, a 14 year old girl from Wolverhampton. Reinventing herself as Dolly Wilde she reviews bands for a music newspaper and is turned into an awful version of herself, can she find her authentic self before it is too late?