Broadcasting Press Guild Awards 2019 Winners

The full list of BPG TV and Radio Awards winners is: Best Single Drama/Mini-series A Very English Scandal A Blueprint Pictures production for the BBC and Amazon Studios Best Drama Series Killing Eve A Sid Gentle Films Ltd production for BBC America, internationally distributed by Endeavor Content       Best Single Documentary Grenfell A Minnow Films production [...]

Eric Clapton Life In 12 Bars Interviews

Check out interviews below from the Toronto International Film Festival with musical icon Eric Clapton and director Lili Fini Zanuck about much anticipated musical documentary Eric Clapton Life In 12 Bars. The film charts the life and career of one of the greatest guitarists of all time in intimate detail. Eric Clapton: Life in 12 [...]

Sachin Tendulkar Documentary & Cricket Icons

Cricket fans will be able to celebrate the life and career of legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar by watching new feature length film SACHIN: A BILLION DREAMS, which will be available on DVD and Digital HD from 4th December 2017. This insightful sports documentary from director James Erskine tells  Tendulkar’s story from his career debut at [...]

Lady Gaga Documentary Debuts At TIFF

The Toronto International Film Festival proudly announces the World Premiere of the documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two, a rare, revealing snapshot of a music icon that delves into duality of the raucously public Lady Gaga and the offstage woman that is, Stefani Joanne Germanotta. In the documentary, Lady Gaga offers a vulnerable look at her [...]

Nobody Speak : Trails Of The Free Press Review

The Plot A Netflix original documentary exploring Hulk Hogan’s successful $140 million sex tape lawsuit of celebrity gossip website Gawker and the supposed threat to free speech posed by Billionaires and the Donald Trump presidency. The Good Although from its title this documentary is clearly crafted to promote a very specific agenda, amongst its heavy [...]

Resilience Review

The Plot Resilience is a documentary charting the growing medical evidence surrounding the possible links between childhood emotional trauma and physical health of adults. The Good Director James Redford delivers the latest in a growing series of documentaries handling medical subject matter with due sensitivity and care.  In particular Resilience explores the uncomfortable science surrounding [...]

We Are X Review

The Plot We Ae X is a documentary film exploring the unique musical career and impact of legendary Japanese rock band X Japan. Lead by enigmatic musical icon Yoshiki the band transformed Japanese music forever and continue to reach an ever growing army of devoted fans around the world. The Good Director Steven Kijak and [...]

Tallulah Review

The Plot Desperate to be rid of her toddler, dissatisfied Beverly Hills housewife, Carolyn (Tammy Blanchard) hires a stranger to babysit and ends up getting much more than she bargained for. The Good Orange Is The New Black writer Sian Heder gathers a wonderful cast in her feature film directorial debut. With Ellen Page driving [...]

Other People Review

The Plot Fresh off a breakup and in the midst of the worst year of his life, struggling comedy writer, David (Jesse Plemons) returns to Sacramento to care for his dying mother (Molly Shannon) The Good Jesse Plemons stars in this heartfelt comedy-drama which sets its tone up perfectly in the opening minute. By showing [...]

British Independent Film Awards Nominations 2015

The British Independent Film Awards 2015 Nominations lists were announced in London by Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Gemma Chan. Films such as Macbeth, 45 Years, High-Rise, Ex Machina, The Lobster and Amy were among the independent productions dominating across a number of categories this year.Check out a  full list of nominees across all categories below: Best [...]