David Gritten has been a regular Saga Magazine contributor for more than 10 years, and also writes for the Daily Telegraph. He lived and worked in Los Angeles for 10 years, and edited Halliwell’s film guide for 2008-09.
A remarkable, low-key British documentary film about a group of Trappist monks in a Leicestershire monastery.
Timothy Spall gives an astonishing performance as the modest artist desperate to impress his critical mother.
Quentin Tarantino’s latest film recreates a bygone period in the movie capital.
Aretha Franklin is the star of this remarkable documentary from 1972.
Bel Canto, based on Ann Patchett’s best-selling novel, has its moments – and some good supporting performances.
The extraordinary tale of the German PoW who rose to fame as a goal keeper in post-war Britain.
David Gritten talks to those who were there…
Journey’s End is a remarkable piece of film-making, writes David Gritten.
Gary Oldman is ‘magnetic’ as Winston Churchill, writes David Gritten.