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Sunday, December 16, 2018

French Fancy: Potiche

François Ozon’s latest film opens the 2011 Glasgow Film Festival Only in its seventh year and supposedly the fastest growing film event in the UK,...

The Critics: Submarine, Howl

Submarine DCA: 25-31 March Richard Ayoade’s Submarine, originally released in 2010, combines refreshing dialogue, a brilliant cast and wonderful cinematography – not surprising, then, that...

The Oscars: A self-reflective year in Hollywood

In the last scene of The King’s Speech, Colin Firth steps forward onto a balcony and waves to his citizens from Buckingham Palace. His...

St Andrews in support of Jafar Panahi

Last month, Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi was sentenced to six years in prison and received a twenty year ban on writing or directing films,...

Street Fighting Man

Ross Dickie reviews David O. Russell's "The Fighter"

Stuck between a rock and, well, a bigger rock…

'The Green Goblin’s son is turning out to be one of the great actors of his generation.'

Neds (Peter Mullan)

'Non Educated Delinquents. Neds. That's what we call them in Glasgow.'

“The most sophisticated ‘bromance’ to date”

Ishbel Beeson on Tom Hooper's "The King's Speech"

Burlesque

'More sparkle than “Strictly Come Dancing” and Waity Katie's engagement ring combined.'

Good (But Not Necessarily ‘The Best’) Christmas Films

A handful of The Saint's writers on their favorite Christmas films