With its downbeat storyline this could well have turned out to be one of those worthy, depressing, miserabilist and rather boring low budget offerings so beloved by worthy British film makers. But the good news is, it is not.
The film is based on a Vanity Fair article written by Marie Brenner. It has very recently been proved that Marie Colvin’s death in Homs, Syria in 2012 was no accident, but deliberately targeted.
The BFI today announces details of a major focus on the work of STANLEY KUBRICK, taking place from 1 April – 31 May 2019.
The BFI have announced that British actress Olivia Colman is to receive a BFI Fellowship at the BFI Chairman’s dinner, hosted by BFI Chair Josh Berger on 6 March 2019 at The Rosewood Hotel, London.
Barry Jenkins, writer/director of the Oscar winning Moonlight, has based his latest film on a novel by eminent black American author James Baldwin.
This black satire on the rise and rise of American politician Dick Cheney from writer/director Adam McKay is much easier to follow than his 2015 hit movie The Big Short, which dealt with the US mortgage market crash.