Michael Prescott celebrates the career of Philip Seymour Hoffman with a discussion of his legacy and a look at some of his most underrated performances.
Michael Prescott reviews the second in the CinemaLive / Digital Theatre West End series, Private Lives.
Michael Prescott provides an in-depth guide to the BAFTA Film Awards and his predictions.
Michael Prescott continues his journey into the memorable films of the 21st century with a look at the class of 2011.
The latest Film Club looks at documentary favourites to coincide with Alex Gibney’s release of The Armstrong Lie.
Michael Prescott previews the second production in the CinemaLive series, Noel Coward’s Private Lives.
Michael Prescott begins his countdown to the 2014 Academy Awards by taking us through the past Best Picture winners and nominees.
Michael Prescott begins a recurring retrospective feature by reminiscing about his favourite films of 2012.
With the release of Oscar contender and period piece 12 Years a Slave, Vada Film Club #12 takes a look at four very different historical films.
Michael Prescott’s Whose Year Was It Anyway? concludes with his imagined film awards for 2013’s actors in cinema and television.