Special Feature: Bombay Sapphire survey reveals hunger for imagination

A recent survey of more than 3000 members of the international film community on the subject of modern filmmaking has revealed that 81 percent of those questioned believe mainstream audiences now have an appetite for more imaginative films, a trend that would seem supported by the surprising commercial success of Continue Reading


Film Review: ‘Headhunters’

★★★★☆ One of the surprise hits at last year’s BFI London Film Festival, Morten Tyldum‘s Norwegian thriller Headhunters (2011) enjoys an unlikely but deserved UK release this week, in keeping with our country’s current affection for Scandinavian fiction. Adapted from Jo Nesbø’s novel of the same name, Tyldum‘s film is a Continue Reading