The veteran leftwing British filmmaker behind such classics as Kes, My Name Is Joe and Sweet Sixteen, is back with The Old Oak.
One of the best things about Emerald Fennell’s latest is Rosamund Pike’s Elspeth Catton, who *may* have been the inspiration for Pulp’s classic song ‘Common People’.
With a strong lead performance from Maggie O’Neil and bittersweet humour throughout, Sweet Sue is a portrait of love in the modern age that doesn’t just appeal to the under 30s.
… a feel-good story in the vein of Pride, Kinky Boots or Billy Elliot …
There are two contrasting threads in writer-director Charlotte Regan’s feature film debut, Scrapper.
… it does leave you feeling good … just not for very long.
… despite its small canvas, it does draw us into very complex human territory.
“There are three things you want clothes to do – get noticed, look sexy, and feel good.”
The first time documentary director discusses making Quant, which explores ‘60s fashion icon Mary Quant.
… a frenzied flurry of blows, both physical and comedic, aimed right at the danglys of the patriarchy …
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