An excellent night of Cambridge filmmaking
The film project, called ‘Ruling Class’, has been pitched as School of Rock meets The West Wing.
TIM O’BRIEN is blown away by a screening of The Trip to Italy which was followed by a Q&A with the stars…
SOPHIE WILLIAMS advises documentary-newbies about how to get in ‘the know’ in time for Watersprite.
CHLOE COLEMAN tells cinephiles and casual cinema-goers alike how to make the most of their Watersprite Festival long weekend.
NANCY NAPPER CANTER spent five hours last Saturday watching Lars Von Trier’s newest cinematic output at the Picturehouse – and lived to tell the tale.
SOPHIE WILLIAMS tells you how to blag your way into the heart of students of Chinese/Japanese/Korean by watching films.
LEAF ARBUTHNOT talks celebs, student films and Harry Potter with Marianne Styger, the “goddess” of this year’s Watersprite film festival.
SOPHIE WILLIAMS tells you how to blag your way into the heart of an MML-student by watching films.
SOPHIE WILLIAMS finds out whether the 1953 film version of your French set-text will help you pass your exams.
This week, VIC dreams a dream…that everyone shuts up at the cinema.
TOMMY SHANE gets a celebratin’ this god forsaken’ slavery western.
The Master, once seen as a contender for the highest grossing art-house film of all time, saw its star Joaquin Phoenix blow his Oscar hopes by recently calling the Academy Awards ‘bullshit’. Though in many ways triumphant, these aren’t the film’s only disappointments, writes NANCY NAPPER CANTER.
With screenplay genius such as ‘Argo fuck yourself’, JACKSON CAINES manages to believe in both the plot and the quality of this Oscar contender from not-just-a-pretty-face Ben Affleck.
ROSIE ROBSON is horrified, and not just by seeing Daniel Radcliffe neither magical nor nude.
An otherwise decent film is somewhat spoiled for ROB BROWN by Peter Jackson’s knobbish reliance on saccharine special effects.
Sure it’s beautiful but COTTIA THOROWGOOD wishes it was more than just eye candy for the diabetic.
Can’t be arsed to read 600 words? ROB YOUNG and KEN CHENG review films using haikus.
BAYAN PARVIZI urges you to go and see this masterpiece at any cost.
ROB BROWN thinks The Road could be the best film of the year but RACHEL MONTE isn’t so sure.