2022 Cannes Diary 6 – it’s a wrap!

As the 75th Cannes Film Festival started to wind down, and where lots of festival goers were seen with their luggage staring at their mobile phones waiting for an Uber to the airport, Lukas Dhont’s film ‘Close’ premiered. This is…

2022 Cannes Diary 4

The films of David Cronenberg typically explore body transformation, body parts coupled with technology, the intertwining of the psychological with the physical, and gore, lots of gore. His new film that premiered at the festival – ‘Crimes of the Future…

2022 Cannes Diary 3

The FAB UK team is hard at work running around from event to event getting the best coverage of the film festival online and in the next issue of FAB UK Magazine. Of course, this is a festival of the…

2022 Cannes Diary 2

There are lots and lots of film screenings at the festival, but there is one film that is getting lots of buzz and praise. No, it’s not Top Gun: Maverick which opened the festival with a bang, but it’s Ruben…

Tommy on Top – Theatre Review

Tommy is on the top of the world. He’s just been nominated for an Oscar (alongside Ben Affleck), he’s goodlooking as hell, but he’s harbouring a secret that might destroy his chances of winning the golden statuette, and it might…

Sublet (film review)

A travel columnist from New York City goes to Tel Aviv to write about the city and sublets an apartment of a young good looking Israeli man but ends up drawn not just to Tel Aviv but to the young…

In the Heights Review

A dizzying array of colours, singing, dancing and the heat – oh the heat – is ‘In The Heights.’ Lin-Manuel Miranda – the uber talented creator of Hamilton, wrote the stage version of ‘In the Heights’ while he was in…

Cowboys film Review

The must-see film of the month is a small film called ‘Cowboys.’ It’s small because it doesn’t have huge stars in it and also it’s small in length – 85 minutes – but it packs an important and timely punch…

Tu Me Manques (I Miss You)

A father takes a trip to New York City to understand the life his son led in the new film ’Tu Me Manques’ (I Miss You). Argentine Actor and Theatre Director Oscar Martínez is brilliant as the father – Jorge…

Song Without a Name

‘Song Without a Name’ (Canción sin nombre’) is a harrowing Peruvian film about a young, poor, pregnant woman from the Andes who is about to experience a nightmare that any new mother would not want. Set in 1988 in Peru…

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