Archives.

life itself

This tag is associated with 4 posts

THE FILM JOURNAL | September 2014

I look back at the films I watched in the previous month, whether they were brand new in the cinema or simply new to me. Dates are by UK release. Here are my thoughts. — September: The official midriff of the year. September was a great, great month for documentary lovers everywhere. Not only did … Continue reading

INTERVIEW | Steve James

— — ‘Since be broke out with the classic documentary Hoop Dreams in 1994, Steve James has gradually become one of the best documentary filmmakers in the world. Typically covering issues of race and sports in his movies, he’s most recently turned his eye to one of the world’s most beloved film critics, Roger Ebert, … Continue reading

THE ROUND-UP | November 14’s movies rated

What were the best films that came out in the last week? What were the worst? Were there any you weren’t sure of seeing? Below are quick and easy star ratings of the past week’s releases to help you decide, including short plot details from IMDB. Full comment and opinion can be found in The Film … Continue reading

REVIEW | Life Itself

— — ‘It’s difficult to grasp how movies would be different if Roger Ebert were not there to talk about them. Unfortunately for us, we’ve already been living in that world since April last year, when the famous film critic succumbed – reluctantly – to a battle fought long and hard with cancer. The man … Continue reading

Gary Green: Freelance film critic.

Follow GaryGreenScreen on Twitter

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});
Advertisements