Last week saw the premiere of Four Stories, a short film series made in conjunction with Roman Coppola and his production company The Directors Bureau, to which TQS was priviledged with an invitation.
Since arriving in London we’ve been somewhat drawn in by the lights and more firmly secured by the liquor, but on Monday evening we took our very first steps on the red carpet. The premiere was for Shadow Dancer, a spy thriller set in early 90s Belfast, starring Andrea Riseborough and Clive Owen.
Everything you need to know about Paul Thomas Anderson’s upcoming film The Master – a look at the origin of Scientology in the 1950s starring Phillip Seymour Hoffman.
This paranormal thriller, by Spanish director Rodrigo Cortés, is full of suspense and ambition, yet will leave you sorely disappointed.
Snow White and the Huntsman’s first time director, Rupert Sanders, brings this fairytale into the 21st Century as the film grounds this story evermore into our reality.
Blurring the lines between cinema and music, Jay James Picton’s three part music film series, Heads vs Hearts let’s the music tell the story. Deeply seeped in Americana (in both aesthetic and sound) it might surprise you to learn that…
On the 24th July 2010 something ambitious was happening. A documentary was being crafted which would show a snapshot of people’s lives. From 192 countries people submitted videos of what they were up to that day, culminating in 4,500 hours of footage…
So the blockbuster season is over and after all the excitement it’s time to reflect a bit. We had some good’uns didn’t we? Here are our top 5, what are yours?
Rent is a 2005 film adaptation of a Broadway musical of the same name and is one of the few musicals that I can watch over and over again.
Drag Queens Down Under