Only God Forgives.

Nicolas Winding Refyn got just about everything right with Drive. Slick and sophisticated, Drive created an intense cinematic atmosphere whilst balancing romance with violent action. In the two short year that Drive has existed it has gathered a cult like following with its simplicity and suspense being viewed as refreshing and original. It is an undefinable … Continue reading

God’s Pocket.

Deep underneath its greasy, dishevelled characters, God’s Pocket has community at its heart. Outside of the plot, this is a film about the claustrophobia of a certain type of neighbourhood and the unlucky individuals who can’t get out of them. Despite the film’s negative portrayal of such a world, where education is lacking and violence … Continue reading

I Am Divine.

  The collaborative efforts of director John Waters and drag queen Divine placed both actor and director at the heart of underground cinema during the late sixties, seventies and early eighties. Their friendship and collaboration is discussed frequently throughout I Am Divine – a meditation on the life and work of Divine, but more importantly … Continue reading

All This Mayhem.

During the 1990s, two controversial brothers from Australia burst onto the skateboarding world stage. At their peak they were seeded number one and two in the world but dealing with fame, wealth and bloated egos at such a young age lead to their downfall. All This Mayhem, made up of the footage captured by the brothers and … Continue reading

Boyhood.

Richard Linklater’s Boyhood has been 12 years in the making. Following the little, and sometimes seemingly insignificant, moments that make up one boy’s journey into adulthood, this is a film with a unique spirit and ambition. Shot in a staggering 39 days, over 12 years and with a particular cast, Boyhood travels across time in an original and … Continue reading