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Film

Guerrilla Film-making: Interview with KinoD

A non-profit organisation whose mandate is simply to make films – guerrilla films – gathering together like-minded individuals and using whatever resources they want or need. It’s non-hierarchical, non-competitive and erodes the exclusivity often associated with filmmaking, replacing it with an inclusivity that breaks down the social and financial boundaries usually seen in the film industry

Film Reviews: Jersey Boys

This adaptation of the smash-hit musical, Jersey Boys, charts the rise and fall of The Four Seasons is instantly charming.

Film Review: Oculus

Oculus tells the story of a young woman who seems to be telling herself a fantastical story as a way of explaining her family’s terrible acts.

Film Review: Begin Again

Mark Ruffalo could act in a pitch black room and I’d probably still be charmed, but even his skills are tested in Begin Again’s bland, insincere, song-fused drama.

 

 

 
 

Film Review: Heaven is for Real

Heaven is for Real is shoulder-shrugging Christianity, pretending to play the cynic in a poor attempt to hide its crude, evangelical modus operandi.

Film Review: Love Eternal

Brendan Muldowney’s second feature Love Eternal is an adaptation of Japanese novelist Kei Oishi’s In Love with the Dead.

Cinema Review: When I Saw You

Set in 1967, a child who can’t come to terms with his grey and desolate refugee camp leaves to return to his home in Palestine. En route he meets a group of impassioned freedom fighters determined to take their homeland back by force.

Cinema Review: Omar

Omar isn’t really anything new in terms of its politics, but it is a solid thriller and a worthy entry in the conflict’s cinematic dialogue.

Cinema Review: Venus in Fur

In a thematic sequel to 2011’s Carnage, Polanski creates a terse drama, set in one continuous scene, as an inexperienced actress vies for a role from a frustrated playwright.

Cinema Review: Grace of Monaco

The camera rapidly cuts from expression to expression and card to card, all the while Kidman’s face expresses a range of half-hearted emotions — all from the bottom of her face.

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