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Sundance 2019 – Late Night – Review

For decades, late-night talk shows have consistently ruptured the cosy containment of the television set, establishing themselves as vessels for both entertainment and discourse....

Sundance 2019 – The Death of Dick Long – Review

Much like its provocatively frank title, there’s something beautifully minimalist about Daniel Scheinert’s black comedy The Death of Dick Long. Moving on from the...
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Sundance 2019 – The Farewell – Review

Could lying ever be an act of love? This is the question that pulsates at the core of Lulu Wang's stirring new dramedy The Farewell,...

The Oscars and Foreign Film

The 91st Academy Awards are happening in just under a month’s time and all eyes are on whether Black Panther will become the first...

Sundance 2018 – Eighth Grade – Review

Certain associations are damaged with overuse. School, awkward teens, the nuances of young social lives - perhaps it's all been done before. But then...
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Sundance 2018 – First Reformed – Review

How do I even start to review First Reformed? A dense thing, so much of it incurs the sort of sheer fascination that had...

Sundance 2018 – The Miseducation of Cameron Post – Review

Sometimes you just need a film that’s perfectly pleasant. That’s not to say it can’t be bold in that demeanour, possess genuine stakes, or...

Sundance 2018 – Leave No Trace – Review

For a film to tackle the numbing effects of post-crisis dissociation with its entire formal being should be laudable. Leave No Trace, however, falls...
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