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This indie offering gives a refreshing view of LA life.
Friday the thirteenth brought a double dose of good fortune for London's cinema-goers, with the UK release of both Lars von Trier's...
A flawed but astounding work which pushes at the boundaries of what film can do.
An honest and courageous documentary, chronicling the disintegration of a middle-class suburban Jewish family.
It’s a little late in the day, but not too late if you run, to catch Errol Morris’ scintillating doc – The Fog of...
Ash Ghadiali looks at Robert Greenwald's Walmart film and asks just what is Michael Moore's legacy for the art of the documentary.
Imagine a film shot in the style of the young adventures of Bruce Lee, with table-tennis bats, in Heartbreak High, in a Manga comic, in...
It was clear that the spirit of independence was up against the wall when the institutions of power decreed 'you're either with us or against...
It appears that barely a month passes without the release of a film that questions the nature of identity and perceptions of reality, however for...
Chris McLaughlin was slightly disappointed by this watering down of the ‘Comic Strip Presents...’ legacy, but it’s all in the name of good clean fun..
This is Julie Bertuccelli’s first walk into the world of fiction, although, she affirms, it is taken from a true story. Set in the former...
Memories of Murder is a detective film based around the true story of the rape and murder of ten women over a six year period from 1986 to...
This new documentary from the director of Manufacturing Consent begins with a forceful denial that the world we have adapted to –...
'Forgive them lord... they know not what they do', said Robert Powell, shooting Zeffirelli's Jesus Of Nazareth. After the take, Laurence...
Origin stories rule, despite some godawful clichés.
Video Killed the Radio Star. The Buggles' most famous tune is renowned not only in its own right, but also as the pub-quiz style answer to...
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