Today we revisit one of MostlyFilm‘s favourite pieces, where our writers paused and reflected on the blink-and-you’ll-miss em parts that make the film work
As Manchester By The Sea moves cinema audiences across the UK we return to Paul Duane’s piece on a 2012 Lonergan Q&A
Mostly Film mourns for tv shows cancelled after just one season (and still available to stream online)
Damien Chazelle’s La La Land has already made a splash at cinemas and on the awards circuit. Mostly Film’s resident grumpy jazzers, Martin and Sarah Slade, review the music, while self-confessed musical and Ryan Gosling aficionado Fiona Pleasance offers some thoughts on the film. Readers, be warned: mild SPOILERS follow.
Another look at one of Mostly Film’s most popular posts, where contributors picked the best of the-ones-after-the-famous-one
Mostly Film looks back at some of the televisual highlights of 2016…
Ron Swanson and Indy Datta look back over 2016
This week MostlyFilm is looking back on 2016 – the cultural year, rather than the cavalcade of horrors which have replaced “news”. To start with, let’s talk music…
To round off our week of MostlyFilm oldies, we revisit Indy Datta‘s 2016 film preview from the start of the year. Well, we called the impact of Arrival and Sight & Sound Top 10 film Nocturama, even if we didn’t have the titles right at the time.