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Film Review: Their Finest

Director Lone Scherfig’s previous films in Scandinavia (Italian For Beginners) and the UK (Wilbur Wants To Kill Himself, An Education, One Day) have been charac…

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Film Review: Raw

Raw, the first feature from Parisian writer/director Julia Ducournau (after the short Junior and the TV movie Mange, which she states are also about transformat…

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The San Sebastian: A Band of Brothers

Dan and Joel Crannitch have had a long history playing together, and, as they embark upon their new project The San Sebastian, you’d think they could have explo…

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Book Review: Blood Sweep

It is some time since I reviewed a new book by Steven Havill in his justly celebrated Posadas County series. This is most unfair of me. I have been a devoted Ha…

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Film Review: Colossal

Colossal‘s Spanish writer/director/producer Nacho Vigalondo has always had a fondness for the science fictional and fantastic (consider his previous pics …

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Catriona Barr Hits the Top Note

As an opera singer by night and winemaker by day, Catriona Barr gets to mix the glitz of opera with the unglamorous side of the wine industry: toiling in the vi…

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Film Review: Frantz

As he turns 50 this year, Parisian writer/director François Ozon is probably getting a bit old to continue being an enfant terrible, and many of his recent film…

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