‘Do you like rock ’n’ roll music? Coz I don’t know if I do…’ croons Arcade Fire’s Win Butler.
The pressure of expectation weighs heavy on this follow-up.
This film essentially cops to being an equal-opportunity droolfest: as homoerotic or empoweringly macho.
Live singer Vivian Adram sings a tune about Penang's growing music scene.
Think of it as a Christmas movie. A little too sugary, but in keeping with the season.
It's a terrifically moving film that has a fitting earthbound feel to it.
A sumptuous, faintly unrealistic version of Markus Zusak’s bestseller.
It's bold, berserk and strangely beautiful, exuding LEGO-love from every frame.
Read what the man also known as Phua Chu Kang has to say about himself and what's next for him.
The Tropfest New York winner makes films with small devices, he tells us why and shares some tips too.