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“Did this film direct itself?”: The forgotten women filmmakers

"These four men and Greta Gerwig created their own masterpieces this year” were Emma Stone's words as she introduced this year’s nominations for the Best...
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Review: You Were Never Really Here

Dark, brooding and savagely violent, You Were Never Really Here never loosens its grip on your attention. Lynne Ramsay’s newest film smacks of the...

The future of filmmaking – technology and cinematography

Every winter, film and tech magazines alike release their run downs of the best that year’s Sundance has to offer. Every time we see...

Get Out: A monster with human teeth

What Jordan Peele has created with his debut film is a product of genius; it’s a film that feels like a career-defining piece, yet...

Celebrating Groundhog Day

My morning wake-up alarm is Sonny & Cher’s I’ve Got You Babe. I can’t say I’m exactly a big fan of Sonny & Cher,...

Best left unopened: J.J. Abrams’ Cloverfield Mystery Box

I have a lot of conflicted feelings on the recently released The Cloverfield Paradox and while I could probably spend about five weeks just trying to...

Review: Black Panther

Centuries ago, a meteorite struck central Africa; an alien metal made of ‘vibranium’, was perceived to be a spiritual source of power. The influence...

Review: I, Tonya

I, Tonya, the true story of American figure skater Tonya Harding, could have been a lot of different things. A failed, faux figure-skating Rocky;...

Three Billboards is sorely misunderstood by its critics

Witty, poignant, and apparently controversial, Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri has – since snapping up four Golden Globes and a number of BAFTAs – suddenly...

Still unrepresented: the women of Marvel

As a long-time fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), I’ve always struggled between denial and frustration when it comes to the lack of...