The Night of the Hunter

The Night of the Hunter – Previewed

05/12/2012

Adam Scovell on The Night of the Hunter, a directorial debut of rare quality… There are certain curios in cinema; films that are one offs, unique, which leave a desire for more. Charles...

5 Broken Cameras

Film Podcast #14: 5 Broken Cameras

03/12/2012

Film Podcast #14: 5 Broken Cameras by The Double Negative on Mixcloud DW Mault reviews amateur filmmaker Emad Burnat’s 5 Broken Cameras, a documentary about one community’s peaceful resistance against the odds. When...

Lord of The Rings

Lord of The Rings – Previewed

28/11/2012

With the Lord of The Rings trilogy showing in full at FACT next month, Nik Glover takes a look at the fantasy genre’s on screen history… Six hundred and one minutes. This is...

Alps

Film Podcast #13: End of Watch and Alps

28/11/2012

Film Podcast #13: Alps and End of Watch by The Double Negative on Mixcloud DW Mault reviews latest Jake Gyllenhaal vehicle, End of Watch and the new film Alps, from Dogtooth director Giorgos...

Keep the Lights on

Keep the Lights on – Previewed

26/11/2012

DW Mault on that rarest of things, the English-language film which refuses to spoonfeed… Duality is key component of the philosophical ideal of both reaction and explanation to the unanswered question: the Socratic...

Lawrence of Arabia

Lawrence of Arabia – Previewed

24/11/2012

DW Mault takes a philosophical trip through David Lean’s Lawrence of Arabia, restored for its 50th anniversary… Cinema is a question with no answer. A rhetorical question then? Maybe. An argument with itself,...

Haneke @ Cannes

My Cherie Amour

22/11/2012

DW Mault writes a (kind of) love letter to Michael Haneke, the creator of Amour, the film which won him a second consecutive Palme d’Or… Haneke, light of my life, fire of my loins....

Amour

Film Podcast #12: Amour

20/11/2012

Film Podcast #12: Amour by The Double Negative on Mixcloud DW Mault reviews Austrian film-maker Michael Haneke’s (Hidden, The White Ribbon) new release, Amour. Described by the Guardian as an “effortlessly graceful picture...

Barbara

Barbara and The Berlin School

19/11/2012

Barbara, the new film from The Berlin School’s Christian Petzold, raises age-old questions, finds DW Mault… Cinema has a tendency to eat itself, with a constant search for the new, the exotic. The...