The first teaser trailer for Joel Coen’s The Tragedy of Macbeth has been released.Continue reading Something wicked this way comes…
Joel Coen’s take on Macbeth, which stars Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand, will close the 2021 BFI London Film Festival.Continue reading The Tragedy of Macbeth to close London Film Festival
It’s a big day for the Brits at the BFI London Film Festival today with the world premiere of London-set, and shot, Been So Long.
This week the programme for the BFI London Film Festival was announced.
Now I’ve had some time to digest it, here are some of the films I am excited to see. And some of the film makers and stars you’ll see at this year’s event.
Hail, Caesar! is one of the mostly hotly anticipated film releases of 2016 and there’s not long to wait until it arrives in cinemas. To help ramp up anticipation, here’s a new poster and TV advert.
The start of a new year always prompts me to take a look at some of the cinematic offerings our local multiplexes will have on offer over the next 12 months.
This is a rundown of the film’s I’m looking forward to in the coming year. NB, I’ve only chosen films which have confirmed UK release dates.
From Captain America v Iron Man to the first Star Wars spin-off via Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling in a musical, hopefully there’s a film here to pique your interest.
I’ll be honest, so far Steven Spielberg’s next big film hasn’t really grabbed my attention. But that’s changed with the release of the film’s first official trailer.