Alcopops. VHS tapes. Cigarettes. Boys. MSN Messenger. This is 2003. Set on the Isle of Wight, fragments of the director’s teenage video diaries collide with a fictional story.
ASFF is proud to be in partnership with London College of Communication’s Screen School for ‘Sound & Cinema: Past, Present & Future’, an innovative exhibition and events programme.
ASFF surveys the week’s new film releases, including legal drama ‘Just Mercy’ starring Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx, and Japanese anime film ‘Weathering with You’ from Makato Shinkai.
Director of ‘It Comes At Night’, writer-director Trey Edward Shults is back with ‘Waves’, the story of an African-American South Florida family torn apart by tragedy.
Based on a true story, Jay Roach’s ‘Bombshell’ stars Charlize Theron, Margot Robbie and Nicole Kidman as Fox News employees who struggle against sexual harassment.
ASFF surveys the week’s new cinema releases, including the Safdie Brothers’ latest ‘Uncut Gems’, starring Adam Sandler, and British family adventure story ‘The Runaways’.
Benedict Andrews is the Australian theatre director who made his feature debut with 2016’s ‘Una’, starring Ben Mendelsohn and Rooney Mara. He returns with his second film ‘Seberg.’
Sam Mendes returns with his latest film, ‘1917’, starring George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman as two soldiers sent from the British trenches during WWI to deliver a vital message.
ASFF surveys the week’s new film releases, including the new film from Guy Ritchie, ‘The Gentlemen’, and a French-made exploration of tragedy, ‘Amanda’, starring Vincent Lacoste.
What’s new to the world of streaming? ASFF highlights new shows on Netflix and Amazon, including the second season of ‘Sex Education’ and an Amazon documentary about Ted Bundy.
New Zealand writer-director Taika Waititi returns with his latest, ‘Jojo Rabbit’, an “anti-hate satire” set during World War II and co-starring Scarlett Johansson.
ASFF 2019’s Best Fashion Film award-winner Gsus Lopez discusses the film ‘Lola’s Manifesto’, touching upon its meaning, cinematic inspirations and plans for future projects.
Greta Gerwig delivers her second film as director, with this adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s ‘Little Women’, starring Saoirse Ronan and Florence Pugh.
ASFF surveys the films released over the Christmas week, including Greta Gerwig’s ‘Little Women’ and children’s animation ‘Spies In Disguise’.
With 2019 almost over, it’s an opportune moment to look back on the year in cinema. And it’s been an impressive fight back in an industry evidently concerned by the impact of streaming.
What’s new to the world of streaming? ASFF highlights new shows on Netflix and Amazon, including ‘The Witcher’ and – to the delight of its fans – the return of ‘The Expanse’.
Cinema’s longest-running family saga is finally brought to an end, with The Rise of Skywalker. The ninth film in the sci-fi series, it sees the return of J.J. Abrams as director.
In need of some festive spirit? There’s no better way than treating yourself to a seasonal movie. ASFF rounds up the best of holiday films on the big-screen.
ASFF 2019’s Best Drama award-winner Thomas Vernay discusses the short film ‘Miss Chazelles’ – exploring inspirations and plans for the future.
The film is evocative and visually striking.
ASFF previews the week’s cinema releases, including new documentaries from Alex Gibney and Lauren Greenfield and Danish debut ‘Sons of Denmark’.