Featured, Reviews / 14.10.2018

A filmmaker at the top of his craft. An autobiographical narrative featuring the people, language, and locales of his homeland, all captured in mesmerising black-and-white cinematography. A simple yet powerful familial story where ordinary moments somehow become entirely extraordinary. An ineffaceable homage to Mexico City in the 1970s. This is Alfonso Cuarón's Roma, one of the year's most stunning achievements in cinema. When crafted by an expert, the simplest tales often become the most powerful and affecting. This rings especially true of Cuarón's latest masterwork.  There's little grandeur here. In its...

Awards Season / 27.02.2014

Alfonso Cuarón's masterpiece Gravity has dominated the nominations this year, leading the pack with 10 nods. Unless some sort of insane backlash occurs, it will likely take away all the tech awards like Cinematography, Sound and Visual Effects, but can it break the curse and become the first sci-fi film to win Best Picture? Here's why it could drift off into space with the big prize. The chance to make history. The Academy Awards are very traditional, there's no denying that. Each and every year, they can tend to...