Our love affair with the BFI’s LOVE season continues. Viv Wilby revisits David Lean’s Doctor Zhivago.
Philip Concannon reviews the latest (but not the last) volume of Simon Callow’s biography of Welles.
MrMoth discovers the true meaning of Christmas, with help from the wonderful world of advertising.
Here at MostlyFilm, we have celebrated International Women’s Day before, and the question has been asked, possibly, but when are you going to celebrate International MEN’S Day? Well, the wait is over! We asked our contributors to reflect on masculinity in some of their favourite films, and this is what they came up with. We band of bros, we happy few ect ect.
Four years ago on this site, Spank The Monkey described Nekromantik 2 as “a film I still hold as a personal benchmark of Going Too Far in the movies.” From next week, you’ll be able to buy it in the shops. Does he need a new benchmark now?
Feeling lucky, punk? Space-filling nonsense from Indy Datta after the jump.
Cartoon Saloon’s beautiful Oscar-nominated follow-up to The Secret of Kells is available on DVD and Bluray today. Sarah Slade is your reviewer.
James Bond is BACK!, to the sound of ringing box-office tills everywhere. Ricky Young ponders the latest from the franchise that refuses to hang up its Walther and do the decent thing.
Cecilia Zoppelletto writes about the genesis of her documentary feature La Belle At The Movies, which has its world premiere this weekend as part of Film Africa 2015.