Northern Soul – Review

Northern Soul – Review

It started with director Elaine Constantine remortgaging her house and has ended up the sleeper hit of the autumn box office. This boisterous, bubbling slice of 1970s small-town “oop North” tells a familiar tale, but its execution and sheer enthusiasm…

Effie Gray – Review

Effie Gray – Review

As another chapter in the evolving period genre, Effie Gray combines the best of Merchant Ivory with the claustrophobia of a modern domestic thriller. Though the film is separated from Gone Girl by time, place, and focus, that same tightening screw of a failing…

Stories From The Set: Breakfast At Tiffany’s

Stories From The Set: Breakfast At Tiffany’s

Her name is Holly Golightly, and she has sunglasses, a cigarette holder, and a little black dress. That memory of Audrey Hepburn, taken from the 1961 adaptation of Truman Capote’s Breakfast At Tiffany’s, has spent the last fifty-three years becoming…