On the Season 3, Episode 4 of Atlantic Screen Connection Podcast, Lee and Jason team up with Mike Denniston of War Machine vs War Horse to talk A Ghost Story. Discussion includes interpreting the film’s themes of grief and possession, thoughts on the creative process, and some pie talk.
Amandla Stenberg and Nick Robinson star in teen drama Everything, Everything – the perfect proving grounds for our new writer, Kathryn. Read her review here.
Geoffrey Rush brings famed artist Alberto Giacometti to life in Final Portrait, directed by Stanley Tucci. Lee and Lawrence review.
From acclaimed director Luc Besson comes an adaptation of the French comic book series Valérian and Laureline with an absurdly long name. Lee reviews.
Lawrence “reviews” The Emoji “Movie”, for the sake of all humanity.
On the Season 3, Episode 3 of Atlantic Screen Connection Podcast, Lee and Jason discuss their coverage of Montreal’s Fantasia Film Festival – all 13 films they managed to view! Plus, a joint discussion on upcoming teenage thriller Super Dark Times.
Based on the graphic novel The Coldest City, David Leitch – co-director of John Wick – makes his solo directorial debut with Atomic Blonde. Darren reviews.
Directed by Aisling Walsh and written by Sherry White, Maudie is a biography of the life and times of Canadian artist Maud Lewis, with astounding performances by Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke. Lee reviews.
Surrealist black comedy debut from director Max McGill, Hot Property follows a drug-addled corporate spy and her avant-garde chef boyfriend as they attempt to save their luxury London apartment from their debt collectors. Lee reviews.