Colin Serjent reviews the film La Belle Epoque, directed and written by Nicolas Bedos and showing at Picturehouse from 22nd November.
Colin Serjent reviews the book by Hugh Hollinghurst, Sefton: The Postcard Collection which looks at the history of Sefton through a collection of 170 postcards.
Colin Serjent reviews the film Bait, directed by Mark Jenkin and shot on a 16mm camera using black and white Kodak film.
Colin Serjent reviews the new science fiction film directed by James Gray, Ad Astra, showing at Picturehouse from 20th September.
Colin Serjent reviews the documentary film For Sama, which tells the story of 26-year old female Syrian filmmaker Waad al-Kateab who filmed her life through five years of the uprising in Aleppo.
Colin Serjent reviews the new Pedro Almodovar film Pain and Glory, showing at Picturehouse and starring Antonio Banderas as a film director looking back at his life.
Colin Serjent reviews Marianne & Leonard: Words Of Love, the documentary film directed by Nick Broomfield about the love story between Leonard Cohen and Marianne Ihlen.
Colin Serjent reviews the documentary film Varda by Agnès in which the pioneer of the French New Wave, Agnes Varda, looks back at her own career.
Colin Serjent reviews the documentary film Apollo 11, which marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon launch, showing at Picturehouse from 21st June.
Colin Serjent and his camera visited Africa Oye, the UK’s biggest live festival of African music and culture, which took place in Sefton Park over the weekend of 22nd and 23rd June.
Colin Serjent reviews the Icelandic film Woman At War, showing at Picturehouse from 3rd May.
Colin Serjent reviews Into The Detail, the photography exhibition by Simon Banks, on at the Arts Hub 47 Gallery on Lark Lane until 12th May.
Colin Serjent reviews the film Everybody Knows, directed by Asghar Farhadi, starring Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem and screening at Picturehouse.
Colin Serjent reviews the Swedish film Border, directed by Ali Abbasi and showing at Picturehouse till 14th March.
Colin Serjent reviews the Lebanese film Capernaum, directed by Nadine Labaki and screening at Picturehouse from 22nd February.
Colin Serjent reviews the South Korean film directed by Lee Chang-Dong, Burning, showing at Picturehouse.
Colin Serjent reviews the book Liverpool’s Military Heritage, written by local author Ken Pye and published by Amberley Publishing.
Colin Serjent reviews the book Southport: The Postcard Collection, written by Hugh Hollinghurst and with over 180 postcards included going back to the golden age of the postcard.
Colin Serjent reviews the film Black 47, directed by Lance Daly and set in Ireland during the Great Famine.
Colin Serjent reviews Faces Places, the documentary film directed by Agnes Varda and French installation artist and photographer JR, showing at Picturehouse till 27th September.