‘20,000 Days on Earth’ will in time become one of those films that regularly makes those dull ‘Top Ten Rock Documentaries’ lists because it is beautifully shot, funny and humane taking you on a trip into the foibles of the creative mind. The real joy of it is you don’t even have to be a Nick Cave fan to enjoy it and it is probably even more powerful if you’re not.
We bring you our latest review of films from the Eureka | Masters of Cinema reissue collection, John Guillermin's classic 1965 film Rapture.
Looking for Johnny tells the story of the great Johnny Thunders. Luigia Minichiello attends a special showing in London
Watch This! New trailer has been released for the Nick Cave film 20,000 Days On Earth
John Cassavetes flawed film Too Late Blues is about to be released as part of the peerless Eureka / Masters of Cinema series. Ian Johnston reviews.
Genesis P-Orridge & Hazel Hill McCarthy III: Kickstarter Campaign Launched To Fund New Project
The Blissfields Festival short film competition - entries deadline next Friday
Louder Than War Interview: Colin Blaney, author of novels The Undesirables (soon to be released) and Grafters (which is about to be made into...
Louder Than War Interview: Colin Blaney, author of novels The Undesirables (soon to be released) and Grafters) which is about to be made into a film).
David Sanborn- Anything You Want (The Warner-Reprise-Elektra Years 1975-1999) Soul Music Records 3 CD Out July...