The Mostly British Film Festival opens Thursday, celebrating its fifth anniversary. Oldies, upcoming releases and films that local moviegoers may never otherwise get to see will screen over eight days.
Twenty-five films of varied genres from the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia and South Africa screen at the Vogue Theatre in the series, which benefits the San Francisco Neighborhood Theater Foundation. Read More
The fourth annual Mostly British Film Festival gets rolling today, with neonoir dramas, an apocalyptic romance, a horror thriller, a dark sex comedy and documentaries new, old and very old on the bill. A wealth of English, Scottish, Irish and Australian styles, stories and talent is covered in 28 films screening over eight days. Read More
The Mostly British Film Festival launches its third annual lineup Thursday, and Anglophiles and cinema lovers of all stripes are likely to find something to savor. Domestic dramas, war stories, culture-clash comedies, gangster flicks, award-winning documentaries and a quirky indie about two traveling psychics are on the bill — some before a regular theatrical run and some that local filmgoers may otherwise never have the chance to see. Read More
The Mostly British Film Festival is back, with a lineup twice the size of last year’s bill. Fare ranges from Yorkshire neo-noir to Edwardian whimsy to Australian claymation tragicomedy.
Talent includes director Ken Loach, actors Peter O’Toole, Brenda Blethyn and Samantha Morton, Oscar-winning animators, a soccer superstar, and some “rough aunties,” to name a few. Read More