Alien Anthology All Nighter @ FACT

Alien Anthology All-Nighter @ FACT


Unintended jump-cuts and radio-silence seemed par for the course, but Kevin Hunt found out it made for an all the more enthralling fan-based experience… Billed as a test of endurance, a movie marathon...

The Myth of the American Sleepover

Film Podcast #6: The Myth of the American Sleepover


DW Mault reviews first-time director David Robert Mitchell’s The Myth of the American Sleepover. Four young people navigate the suburban wonderland of metro-Detroit looking for love and adventure on the last weekend of...

The Imposter

The Imposter. Flattering to deceive?


Fauxmentary or stunning insight? Laura Brown went along to The Imposter Q&A at FACT looking for answers… If there is one defining statement that will sum up our time I believe – and I’m...

A Simple Life

Film Podcast #5: A Simple Life


DW Mault reviews Ann Hui’s drama A Simple Life – after suffering a stroke, an altruistic maid announces that she wants to quit her job and move into an old people’s home. Stars...


Film Podcast #4: Japanese crime drama Himizu and this week’s film news


DW Mault reviews Shion Sono’s Himizu: two teenagers living a dystopian existence in post-tsunami Japan embark on a campaign of violence against evil wrong doers. Film news on The Great Gatsby and The...

Film Podcast #3

Film Podcast #3: Flowers of War, Olympic Shorts and Sight & Sound’s Greatest Films Poll


DW Mault reviews Yimou Zhang’s Flowers of War, Olympic short films, and BFI’s Sight & Sound 2012 poll of the Top 50 Greatest Films of All Time. Hosted by director and cineaste DW Mault, with...

Tippi Hedren, The Birds

Who’s that girl? Tippi Hedren In Conversation


Tippi Hedren’s relationship with Alfred Hitchcock is part of Hollywood lore, and remains a favourite subject of the actor herself… In 1964, Tippi Hedren starred alongside Sean Connery in Marnie, a film arguably...

Terry Gilliam's Brazil

Brazil – Previewed


Nik Glover deconstructs Terry Gilliam’s dystopic bureaucratic nightmare, Brazil… On the surface, Terry Gilliam’s Brazil (1985) has nothing whatsoever to do with its new world economic powerhouse namesake, which perhaps makes it an odd choice to be...

Kenneth Lonergan’s Margaret

Film Podcast #2: Margaret and the Toronto International Film Festival


This week, DW Mault reviews Kenneth Lonergan’s Margaret, and discusses the Toronto International Film Festival announcements. Hosted by director and cineaste DW Mault, with special guests Adam Baird and Laura Brown. Wednesday 1...