London Film Festival 2020: David Byrne’s American Utopia Review

This will be the last review that I do for films I saw as part of the 2020 London Film Festival and I was lucky that I was able to see this one in the cinema. I was intrigued to see this, firstly because I’m a fan of David Byrne, but mainly because it’s a… Continue reading London Film Festival 2020: David Byrne’s American Utopia Review

London Film Festival 2020: Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and the Legendary Tapes Review

Whenever I am able to watch a good handful of films from a film festival, I always try and have a documentary be one of those films. I’ve not always succeeded, but in this instance I have. Looking at the documentaries on offer, this one, focusing on Delia Derbyshire, probably best known for producing the… Continue reading London Film Festival 2020: Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and the Legendary Tapes Review

London Film Festival 2020: Shadow Country Review

With the next London Film Festival film, I wanted to make sure I saw at least one more foreign language film, and looking at what was available, this one seemed interesting. The idea of a film looking at World War 2 through the eyes of a village on the Czech-Austrian border was interesting, and this… Continue reading London Film Festival 2020: Shadow Country Review

London Film Festival 2020: After Love Review

With the next film I chose to watch at the 2020 London Film Festival, I decided to go with a bit of a wildcard, something I knew very little about but with one element that stood out to me. For this, After Love made for an interesting choice, the element that got my attention being… Continue reading London Film Festival 2020: After Love Review

London Film Festival 2020: Wolfwalkers Review

Of the films that I booked to see at this years London Film Festival, this was the one I was looking forward to the most. I am a massive fan of the films of Cartoon Saloon and this looked like another work of brilliance from them and I was not disappointed. This is right up… Continue reading London Film Festival 2020: Wolfwalkers Review

London Film Festival 2020: Farewell Amor Review

For the second film I chose to see at the 2020 London Film Festival, I ended up going with something a bit more dramatic, compared to the dark comedy of Honeymood. The description of the film that the BFI put up made it sound pretty interesting so I decided to give this one a chance,… Continue reading London Film Festival 2020: Farewell Amor Review

London Film Festival 2020: Honeymood Review

Like many other film festivals, the 2020 London Film Festival has gone mostly virtual this year. There are still films that are being shown in the cinema, but the majority of films are being made available through BFI Player as well. Because of this, I’m going to be able to watch a lot more films… Continue reading London Film Festival 2020: Honeymood Review