Uncut Gems surprises you from it’s very first shot. It begins a world away from the claustrophobia of metropolitan New York, where the film is mostly set, instead presenting us with the vast Ethiopian desert.
With award nominations and accolades flying, Greta Gerwig’s Little Women (2019) has achieved the highest possible recognition: Epigram Film & TV’s seal of approval. We have gathered the Editorial Team’s biggest fans for a completely unbiased review of the film of the decade…
With a new year and a feast of new releases coming over the cinematic horizon, we return to a often-forgotten part of the film world: shot-for-shot remakes. Flora Pick asks whether they’re heartless cash-grabs or misunderstood artistic endeavours.
Jojo Rabbit (2019) is divisive, childish and silly… but it is also heart-warming, hilarious, genuinely quite brilliant. Never would I have thought that a film featuring Sam Rockwell in a studded, pink fringed Nazi uniform would make me cry so much. Jojo Rabbit did just that