So, we managed to get through 2016. Despite the whirlwind of events and tragic losses we tried to smile and keep it moving. We have had lots...

Previously in this series, we've looked at how architecture models are used as a comedic device or in the planning of a crime. In this edition of...

In Bruges, or a film I refer to as The film with the most what-the-f*ck moments, is easily one I can (and have) watched a hundred times....

Robert De Niro is one of the greatest actors to ever live and the pre-eminent method actor of our generation. He has set the standard for in-depth character...

Erica Brumage has been directing commercials for eighteen years. Previously a dancer and choreographer with one of South Africa’s leading ballet companies, she created and directed a number...

Where does one start with this? So, a few years ago, shortly after the cacophony that was Nine, I found myself completely infatuated by the intricately composed and...

If someone were to ask you to name a director who has an affinity for using models in their films, Tim Burton's name is probably not the...

“An actor’s only job is to enter the lives of people who are different from us” Whether portraying a traumatized immigrant or an overzealous Prime Minister, Meryl Streep...

Some films step out of the confines of their screenplays and take on the spirit of their location. Most of these films were specifically written for these...

Although underappreciated by the Cannes judging panel, Toni Erdmann thrived at other festivals, cleaning up at the European Film Awards and then being shortlisted for the foreign...