Film Review: ‘The Moo Man’

★★★★☆ There’s something quietly enthralling about Heike Bachelier and Andy Heathcote’s observational trip to a small Sussex dairy farm. Having premièred at Sundance London back in April, The Moo Man (2013) has procured its marketing budget through online crowd-sourcing ahead of this week’s release. A brief foray into the world Continue Reading


Film Review: ‘Blancanieves’

★★★★☆ Blancanieves (2012), the new film from Spanish writer-director Pablo Berger, is rooted in the cinema of old. It’s both a rude adaptation of a classic fairytale, Snow White, and a return to the postmodern glamour of silent film. Like Michel Hazanavicius’ Oscar-winning The Artist (2011) and Michel Gomes’ Tabu Continue Reading