Land of weather forecasts and breakfasts that set in #2: Ghost Stories (2017)

  Early on in this blog I remarked that short form is probably the best way to tell a ghost story, it spares the need for an explanation that always seems to disappoint but of course a short film is not so much of an attractive proposition for cinemas. Thus the portmanteau film with its … Continue reading Land of weather forecasts and breakfasts that set in #2: Ghost Stories (2017)

Land of weather forecasts and breakfasts that set in #1: God’s Own Country (2017)

First in an occasional series looking at forthcoming British films, starting here with Francis Lee's debut feature, God's Own Country. The British farming industry's certainly going though a purple patch at the moment, although sadly only on film. There's Clio Barnard's forthcoming Dark River to look foward to and Hope Dickson Leach's superb recent feature … Continue reading Land of weather forecasts and breakfasts that set in #1: God’s Own Country (2017)