Wind River review – Taylor Sheridan’s gorgeous directorial debut

Taylor Sheridan's directing debut captures the thrills of the damaged gun-toting hero that we've seen in instant classics like Hell or High Water or No Country For Old Men, and lights up the screen with stunning landscapes of a poetic but ruthless snow-covered Wyoming.

Karlovy Vary International Film Festival recommendations 2017

Now in its 52nd year, the Czech Republic's A-list film festival will run from June 30 - July 8 and boasts another impressive selection of international films competing for the prestigious Grand Prix Globe, and a host of other awards.

Prague Shorts 2017: Neil Gaiman’s ‘Likely Stories’ review

The Festival of Short Films in Prague has brought us some QUALITY screenings this year – a more than decent selection of fascinating films spanning a multitude of different genres and cultures. But one of the highlights was the wonderfully dark and original Likely Stories by the twisted king of contemporary literature, Neil Gaiman. Four short stories oozing with sick and supernatural tales, each one as engaging and rewarding as the next.

Prague Short Film Festival 2017

This weekend sees the 12th glorious year of the Prague Short Film Festival hosted by the organisers of the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (let's just call it KVIFF). The bulk of the festival will be in Kino Svetozor from 18/01 - 22/01 which will have a seemingly endless selection of short films from around the world, and of course, the Czech Republic.