Mosquito State review – a torrid, original tone poem to late capitalism | Film

[ad_1] This highly original, visually torrid take on Wall Street and last decade’s global financial crisis celebrates the true masters of the universe: mosquitoes. Richard Boca (Beau Knapp), head analyst for investment firm Abbott Werner, is a gauche social misfit tolerated because he developed the algorithms that keep the company ahead. But, in the autumn … Read more

Hobbled by hype: why are lauded British directors only making one movie? | Film

[ad_1] Prano Bailey-Bond’s debut feature, Censor, came out in the UK last Friday on the back of a huge publicity push and wave of critical acclaim, from five star reviews and magazine covers to tweets from directors such as Edgar Wright and Sean Baker (the latter sporting a Prano Bailey-Bond T-shirt). Set at the height … Read more