James Marsh

9

Excellent

The Theory of Everything review

2014 has given us an uncommon wealth of top quality British product: Locke, Starred Up, Downhill, Pride, The Riot Club, '71, The Imitation Game, even the very charming What We...

7

Good

Shadow Dancer review

Journalist Bradby’s 1998 debut novel gets the big screen treatment in Marsh’s Shadow Dancer. Set in the months prior to the 1994 ceasefire, this British thriller is rooted within an...

8

Great

Project Nim review (DVD)

A new documentary from director James Marsh is a cause for some excitement after the huge critical and commercial success of the Oscar winning Man on Wire.

8

Great

Project Nim review

A new documentary from director James Marsh is a cause for some excitement after the huge critical and commercial success of the Oscar winning Man on Wire.

8

Great

The Red Riding Trilogy (DVD)

Fans of David Peace’s Red Riding series of novels might wonder why the televisual treatment of the author’s work has turned the quartet of books into a trilogy.

8

Great

Man on Wire

It's not often that a documentary manages to be engaging, moving and genuinely interesting — but that is exactly what Man on Wire is.