Okay, we’ll be the first to admit it: our inaugural Film Of The Month didn’t really work out. Excuses aside we put this down to the overwhelming number of new releases that reached screens during the latter fortnight of the month, coupled with a number of (very exciting) behind the scenes developments. We’re still actually catching up with this past weekend’s huge number of releases (This Is Not A Film is coming up later today).
Anyway, without further or do it’s time to take a look at this months title. Seeing as April marks Easter we’re going biblical. The film of the month is Michael Curtiz’s Noah’s Ark, a 1928 silent from the man who would eventually direct Casablanca.