Without sounding like the voice over in Bridget Jones, I Love Christmas. I love the trees, decorations, laughter, crackling fires, the songs and above all, the films. Having studied film, I thought I’d ruined all films for myself. I can’t seem to watch one, without saying “That’s reminiscent of the French New Wave” or “Mise … More ScreentoSeen’s Top 10 Christmas Films
Its a tale as old as time, a pairing second to none, it can make or break a scene, and if it’s lucky? It can win an Oscar. Welcome back to ScreentoSeen everyone! This week, I’m diving into the music of cinema and television and the magic it brings to the audience. As a long … More The definitive list of capturing magic and music: what makes a scene.
I’ve just got back from Scotland! In my tired state, I really want to stay up and watch the 2020 Golden Globes, but if I don’t, here’s my idea of who might snag one of those shinny awards! Best Motion Picture: Marriage Story Best Actor (Drama): Joaquain Pheonix (Joker) Best Actress (Drama): Scarlett Johanson (Marriage … More *very* quick Golden Globe predications for the 77th awards
Its a rare sight for a film to hold so much originality and purpose. The Shiny Shrimps (2019) will propel you into the world of LGBT+ sport, and a team of water polo players aiming for that big win at the Gay Games, which runs every four years. Directed by Maxime Govare and Cédric Le … More The Shiny Shrimps: A glorious mix of emotions ~4/5
There is nothing quite as special than stepping foot into your favorite film, whether its part of a studio tour in Burbank or a simple train station in central London. With hope, this article will allow you to swing into the role of a director in your own scene. LONDON, UK: Portobello Road, Notting … More 15+ Filming Locations you can visit from London to LA
If mystery was a film, Director Rian Johnson would win for making Knives Out. Deliciously daring and brimming with classic murder conventions, Knives Out will have you literally on then end of your seat, with the knowledge that you are in safe hands. From very early on, the audience is let on to what the ‘situation’ … More Knives Out – LFF 2019 Review 5/5 (Spoiler Free)
Taika Waititi is no stranger to comedy. From Thor: Ragnarok (2017) to Hunt for the Wilderpeople (2016), he is essentially a comedy genius. His latest, JoJo Rabbit (2019) has divided critics for its dark comedic approach to a Nazi satire. This is for obvious reasons a delicate subject matter, in no shape or form could someone … More JoJo Rabbit – LFF 2019 Review 5/5
With just three months to go until Disney launch their fancy new streaming service; Disney plus, its important to break down the effects this will have on pre-standing services such as Amazon Prime video and Netflix. Where exactly will this service, place companies in the ‘race’ to consumerism media? … More What impact will Disney+ have on the future of online streaming?
So! By now you must have seen (or shall I say, binged watched) season 3 of Netflix’s Stranger Things? and yes it was bloomin epic wasn’t it. While season 4 hasn’t been *officially* announced, The Duffer Brothers are very keen to bring back Hawkins favorite detectives, and Netflix surely won’t pass out on the kind … More 80’s sci-fi movies to satisfy the wait for season 4 of Stranger Things
A fairly charming little film, Yesterday (2019) tells the classic tale of wanting it all, and finding that it doesn’t come without consequences. Directed by Danny Boyle and written by Richard Curtis, Yesterday was entertaining, fun and vibrant but it did have some flaws. After an electrical storm where all the lights over the world … More Yesterday (2019) Review – 4/5