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Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Cult Film of the Week: The Boondock Saints

The Boondock Saints, released in 1999, has a typical cult film success story. Originally shown in only five cinemas, the film grossed a mere...

2014 60 Hour Film Blitz showcases the best in St Andrews...

A dizzying mix of drama, comedy and innovation made this year's Film Blitz a resounding success

On the Rocks: something smells fishy

The Saint caught up with Lauren Hossack, whose documentary screened recently during On the Rocks

Raw Review: Not for the faint hearted

Toby Symonds reviews this year's most disturbing horror film: Raw.

Culture Y: What to expect in 2018

In the long list of art events lined up for the rest of the semester, Culture Y stands out as an opportunity to engage...

Polish Soc presents Pawlikowski’s Ida

It’s difficult to recall anything major that looks quite like this film. Ida is a breathtaking, concise movie with a narrow, black and white frame full of guilt, cruelty and pain.

The Oscars: The Summary

It’s currently 5am and I’ve just finished tweeting the Oscars live for The Saint. It’s difficult to think in anything more than 140 characters...

Morgen – Q&A with director Marian Crisan

Award-winning Romanian director Marian Crisan came to the Byre Theatre last week to introduce the screening of 'Morgen', his tale of illegal immigration, family and human connection, before taking part in a Q&A session afterwards. The Saint's Una Kaunaite introduces you to the film and the man.

Budding St Andrews filmmakers present Daughters of Dolma

On Sunday, the long-awaited final cut of Daughters of Dolma will premiere at the Buchanan Lecture Theatre as part of the On the Rocks arts festival. This enchanting film has received positive media attention and has been fully endorsed by leading figures within the University who support the talent behind the film making.

Peter panned: Why it’s so difficult to adapt J. M. Barrie’s...

Pan never gets off the ground, and no amount of fairy dust is going to change that.