Liam Donovan takes a look at Andrew Haigh’s coming of age drama. Lean on Pete, the latest from Weekend and 45 Years director Andrew Haigh, proceeds at a trot rather […]
Raphael Duhamel reviews John Krasinski’s well-received supernatural horror. “IT’S SOUND!” screams a newspaper headline, shown in the first act of A Quiet Place, and serving as an appropriate and concise […]
Students’ Union UCL has announced this year’s nominees for their annual Arts Awards, as well as this year’s Arts Commendations and Colours recipients. The UCL Film & TV Society has […]
Milo Garner revisits Terrence Malick’s 20-year-old war epic. The opening shot of The Thin Red Line (1998) features a crocodile dipping into water and submerging itself. The image connotes nature as […]
Pihla Pekkarinen and Emma Davis review 2017 Grand Prix-awarded French drama. 120 BPM (Beats Per Minute) draws on the highly personal experiences of writer/director Robin Campillo and translates those experiences […]
Ivan Nagar reviews Steven Soderbergh’s experimental new venture. It is 2018 and I am sitting in a cinema, waiting to watch a film shot on an iPhone. For someone who has […]
Diego Aparicio takes an exciting look at the 2017 Palme d’Or-winning satirical drama. This review originally appeared on the author’s film blog, Observancy. It has been slightly modified. Ruben Östlund’s follow-up […]
Join NYU student and FilmSoc member Marley in the final of our A Day In The Life Of clips on the FilmSoc Vlog!
In the second of our three A Day In The Life Of vlogs, Anthropology student Niloofar takes you through her day… Come back tomorrow for the final edition!
George Moore-Chadwick reviews Wes Anderson’s highly anticipated return to animation. The opening of Isle of Dogs informs us the Japanese spoken in the film will not be translated, unless by a […]