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Saint Andrews
Sunday, December 16, 2018

“The Voices”: An underappreciated horror gem that deserves another look

When Lars von Trier’s The House That Jack Built premiered at Cannes this past May, it was greeted with some of the most emphatic, strongly-felt...

Film industry professional’s career talk in the Byre

Do you want a career in the film industry? Do you ever wonder what life is like for a successful film producer in Hollywood?...

Silent film pianist Neil Brand comes to the DCA

Mado Gianni reviews Neil Brand's performance in St Andrews.

Crazy Rich Asians: A review

Crazy Rich Asians is an example of how an ostensibly formulaic film can soar when approached with a distinct voice and a genuine investment...

Highlights from the film festival circuit

The anticipation is over - it’s finally that time of year again, the festival circuit is in full swing and the very first reviews...

St Andrews Film Festival: A review

On Sunday 29 April, the Filmmakers' Society of St Andrews held their second-semester showcase; a day-long schedule of film screenings, a talk from a...

“Avengers: Infinity War”: Disney rules the world

You may or may not have noticed but Disney have taken over the world. Culturally speaking, at least. With Star Wars and Marvel’s Avengers under...

Isle of Dogs: A review

In a near-future and dystopian Japan, the island’s dogs have been infected with the deadly Canine Flu which scientists fear will spread to humanity....

The Shape of Water: A positive review

If I spoke about it, if I did, what would I tell you, I wonder? The Shape of Water – which led the Oscar race...

The Shape of Water: A sceptical review

“Oh it’s about this girl working for the CIA that falls in love with a water monster.” This was the hook that my friend...