Tag: london-film-festival-2013

Tom at the Farm Review

24-year-old Xavier Dolan's fourth film replaces his erratic flair with a less exciting maturity. Now showing in UK cinemas.

How We Used to Live Review

A tribute to London through nostalgia and harmonies

The Double (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Richard Ayoarde's hilarious dystopia is a mixture of Polanski, Lynch, Gilliam and Eisenberg

Night Moves (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Kelly Reichardt's eco-thriller places Jesse Eisenberg as an eco-activist facing unwanted consequences

Tracks (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Mia Wasikowska treks 2,700km by foot across Australia's beautiful outback

Saving Mr. Banks (London Film Festival 2013) Review

A thousand spoonfuls of sugar and what feels like even more flashbacks

12 Years a Slave (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Steve McQueen's tough, moving biopic of a free man kidnapped and sold into slavery

Gone Too Far! (London Film Festival 2013) Review

An unfunny comedy about staying true to your racial roots in London

Gloria (London Film Festival 2013) Review

A deftly uplifting drama about a 58-year-old woman who cures her loneliness with disco dancing

Exhibition (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Joanna Hogg's challenging and rewarding drama examines a couple's relationship with architecture

Philomena (London Film Festival 2013) Review

A crowdpleaser about looking for a missing son, while also looking for an award

Locke (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Tom Hardy drives a surprisingly effective drama that never leaves the inside of a moving car

The Sacrament (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Ti West shifts from supernatural shocks towards the horrors of human nature

Labor Day (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Kate Winslet survives another sinking ship in Jason Reitman's ludicrous hostage drama

Only Lovers Left Alive (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Jim Jarmusch's vampire comedy boasts a great cast and soundtrack, but lacks his usual wit

Under the Skin (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Scarlett Johansson plays an alien in Jonathan Glazer's almost wordless sci-fi nightmare set in Glasgow

Inside Llewyn Davis (London Film Festival 2013) Review

The Coen brothers bring their idiosyncratic comedy and pathos to New York's 1963 folk scene

Sarah Prefers to Run (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Sarah runs without much direction in this bittersweet coming-of-age story