Amber Wilkinson

Being editorial director of Eye For Film means that Amber gets to go globetrotting to festivals quite often. While that may periodically limit her access to popcorn movies, it's probably better for her waistline that way, and she gets to watch a vast amount of world and independent cinema that everyone else would love, too, if only they gave it a go. She secretly likes to watch The Man With Two Brains and Blazing Saddles late at night to unwind.

Amber is a member of the Online Film Critics Society and FIPRESCI, the international federation of film critics and recently served on the FIPRESCI jury at Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival.

She thinks that distributors are bonkers not to be releasing the following in the UK: Mother, I Love You, War Witch and Silver Tongues. You can also find her rambling (twambling?) over on Twitter (@NinjaWorrier).

We have 1237 reviews by Amber Wilkinson in the database: read them here

Latest Film Reviews

Hill Of Freedom
A man travels to Seoul in a bid to win back a woman he still cares for.
Eastern Boys
Story about a solitary Parisian and a young Ukrainian migrant.
Party Girl
A nightclub hostess decides to settle down.
Thou Wast Mild And Lovely
Romance - and trouble - brew on a farm in Kentucky.
Butter On The Latch
Primal instincts come to the fore when a woman and her friend visit a music retreat.
Life Of Riley
A group of close friends discover that one of them only has a few months to live.
Playtime
Monsieur Hulot becomes caught up in an American tourist invasion of Paris.
Going Away
A loner teacher finds his life changed by an encounter with a single mum.
Saving Santa 3D
An elf travels back in time to save Santa's sleigh
A Second Chance
How far are decent people willing to go, when tragedy blurs the line between just and unjust?

Features

Land Ho! interview with Earl Lynn Nelson and Paul Eenhoorn
12 Oct 2014
Paul Eenhoorn and Earl Lynn Nelson talk about bonding and battling the elements for road trip comedy Land Ho!
Sylvain Chomet interview about making Attila Marcel
11 Sep 2014
Sylvain Chomet talks about his live-action feature Attila Marcel.
London Film Festival announces full line-up
04 Sep 2014
We take a look at some of the highlights coming to the capital this October.
Charlie Siskel interview about Finding Vivian Maier
17 Jul 2014
Charlie Siskel on making Finding Vivian Maier.
Interview with Lou Howe about Gabriel
20 May 2014
Director Lou Howe on the development of his first feature film.

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News Stories

Mark Adams appointed EIFF artistic director
16 Dec 2014
Screen International chief critic to take up position in March.
Pride triumphs at British Independent Film Awards
08 Dec 2014
Yann Demange named best director for '71.
Titli takes top prize at Gijón
01 Dec 2014
Melbourne and Party Girl among winners
A postcard from Gijón Film Festival
22 Nov 2014
Terry Gilliam honoured for career and birthday, Yvonne Blake named Woman of Cinema and a brush with Oscar.
Starred Up takes top Scottish BAFTAs
16 Nov 2014
David Mackenzie drama a treble winner while James McAvoy honoured for Filth.

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Galleries

Brave Edinburgh launch
02 Jun 2012
EIFF opening night 2012
21 Jun 2012
Photos from French Film Festival UK launch of Mobile Home and Asterix and Obelix
12 Nov 2012
Films seen at Sundance 2013
20 Jan 2013
Sylvain Chomet attends Attila Marcel French Film Festival Gala Night
09 Nov 2013
British Independent Film Awards 2014 in pictures
08 Dec 2014
Sundance 2015: US Documentary Competition in pictures
15 Dec 2014
Sundance 2015: US Dramatic Competition in pictures
15 Dec 2014
Sundance 2015: World Cinema Dramatic Competition in pictures
15 Dec 2014
Sundance 2015: World Cinema Documentary Competition in pictures
15 Dec 2014
Sundance 2015: NEXT <=> in pictures
16 Dec 2014
Sundance 2015: Premieres in pictures
18 Dec 2014
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