Max Ingleby finds Tell Me Who I Am to be a powerful documentary even if its existence raises some troubling questions.
Deputy Editor Neha Shaji discusses The Nine Muses, screened as part of Exeter University’s Black History Month series.
David Conway interviews Bill Douglas Museum volunteer Holly Johnson on compiling the current Townly Cooke exhibition.
Starting in acting, director/actor Jo Southwell made her debut short in 2012, Holding On, and has been hooked ever since. Winning many awards for her shorts (Deirdre, Cover Me, The GunMan and Entrance No Exit), she talks to Exeposé Screen about her upcoming feature and projects as well as being a woman in the film […]
I’ve had a rough month or so at the cinema. Venom, The Predator, The House with a Clock in its Walls, Mile 22. All have ranked up there as some of the worst films I’ve seen in cinemas – but believe it or not, there was one that really stuck out as especially joyless. Trust […]
Peterloo – Review What does it mean for a film to have a clear purpose? By this, I mean to have a through-line, a point expressed not just in words but deed – to be more than a jumble of odds and ends. Unfortunately, Peterloo at least partially collapses into this contradiction. This is a […]
After the triggering of Article 50 earlier this year, Brexit now looms over Britain and continues to resemble the most tedious and exhausting disaster movie imaginable. Over a year on from that fateful night in June 2016, the full impact of Brexit on independent film in Britain remains unknown. You could point to the crucial […]