Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: Love, Antosha

Movie Review: Love, Antosha

Love, Antosha is as much a documentary on Anton Yelchin as it is on the dedication filmmaking requires. The processes of creativity and how talent can overcome the odds is always a feel-good subject, but the tragedy within the short-lived life of Yelchin is right at the core of Garret Price’s documentary debut. Following the impact his […]

 Paul Barclay

Review: “Green Room grabs you and simply does not let go”

It may seem easy to make a film set mostly in an enclosed space. It is cheaper and there is possibly less that can go wrong. But, there is a tough side to this. The film-maker has to succeed in making sure their audience feels closed in as well. Even if the film is a […]