In this instalment of our occasional series on cinematic gems hiding out on the Internet, theTramp begs you to consider 2013’s Austenland.
Four of MostlyFilm’s writers settle in for a night (or more) of Slow TV, the latest Scandinavian fad to hit the UK after hygge, fika and hot autistic detectives.
A United Kingdom (dir. Amma Asante, scr. Gus Hibbert)
The 60th BFI London Film Festival kicked off on Wednesday evening with a gala performance of A United Kingdom, the story of Seretse Khama (David Oyelowo), king-in-waiting of Bechuanaland (now Botswana), and Ruth Williams (Rosamund Pike), an underwriter’s clerk. They marry, and incur the wrath of her family, his uncle, and the British and South African governments, who all conspire to separate them. Continue reading London Film Festival 2016 Days 1 to 2
If an Oscar-bait movie falls in the limited release forest, does it make a sound on Netflix? Your guide to this question, but without the horribly tortured metaphors, is the mysterious Ron Swanson.
James Moar walks down Marvel’s mean-streets with Daredevil.