Part 1 of Michael Prescott’s look at actors on screen in 2013 provides four irreverent, unconventional awards for cinema and television.
The final Film Club of 2013 alerts readers to our writers’ favourite films of the year for you to catch up with.
Michael Prescott concludes his Film 2013 best-of with part II which looks at the best 8 films released in the second half of the year.
Christmas Film Club has five entries with each writer giving arguments in favour of their own festive selection.
Michael Prescott introduces a roundup of the Vada Film writers’ personal favourites of their articles in 2013.
Michael Prescott introduces a different type of Fight Club as he pits the films of indie directors Alexander Payne and Jason Reitman against each other.
As Peter Jackson’s second Hobbit film arrives with questions over its quality as an adaptation, Film Club #9 focus on others worthy of attention.
Self-confessed Disney know-nothing Michael Prescott gives high praise to Frozen, calling it the second-best animation of the year.
Michael Prescott expands upon Charlie Brooker’s 25 Videogames That Changed the World with ten suggestions of his own.
As we enter December, Vada’s 8th Film Club turns its attentions to those non-Xmas films that we can’t help but watch over the holidays.