The April edition of quarterly digital film magazine Verite is out today, featuring my interview with director Carol Morley as the cover story. It’s free, so you’d be a mug not to download check it out at http://issuu.com/veritefilmmagazine/docs/verite_april-jun_2015 Continue reading
I contribute to Verite Film Magazine on and off. Amongst the riches of the latest issue (which I am looking forward to reading myself) I have a piece on David Fincher’s Se7en and big up Calvary among the magazine’s top 10 of 2014 list. But that is by the by.
This is a polite request, any followers who like offbeat and independent film (and if you follow this blog I assume you do) please do support Verite by reading it, and if you like it maybe telling a few people. It’s completely free too.
The editors Jordan McGrath and David Hall do terrific work putting this together, but it is a constant struggle for any non-mainstream film publication to get noticed when it seems that everyone else is solely interested in comic book movies and franchise pictures.
Every comment, tweet, facebook update helps, even if it is critical (maybe not Google+, like who cares?)
You can find the latest issue via the following link http://issuu.com/veritefilmmagazine/docs/verite_issue_one_2015
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Out now on UK DVD and Blu Ray from the great Soda Pictures is Jim Jarmusch’s fantastic existential drone-rock vampire romance comedy Only Lovers Left Alive. Here is a link to my review of the film from last year’s London Film Festival for Verite.