LFF 2017 Highlights Part 1

It is just about half way through the BFI London Film Festival, and there have been some great films shown. Here are some LFF 2017 highlights from the first week of screenings… LFF 2017 Highlights – Unmissable Call Me By Your Name Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me By Your Name is undoubtedly one of the most romantic films of the year. […]

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Film Review: Hugo

Martin Scorsese’s Hugo is likely to beguile audiences with its tale of wonderment. The director’s love of the moving image and his gift for filmmaking shine as brightly as ever. A young boy who lives in the walls for a Paris train station, Hugo spends his days trying to fix the automaton his father found, whilst hiding from the station […]

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Hugo Trailer

Martin Scorsese’s Hugo is the director’s first ever 3D film. Based on Brian Selznick’s The Adventures of Hugo Cabaret, the film marks a departure from the adult-orientated fare we have become accustomed to from Scorsese. An interesting but tenuously related fact: several months ago I was at post-production studio De Lane Lea for a screening. As I was getting a […]

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