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Book Review
20 Jul 2014
Writing for Television Series, Serials and Soaps by Yvonne Grace
Learn to write for millions of viewers in the popular world of television serials and soaps.

DVD Review
14 Jul 2014
Pulp: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets (2014)
Pulp, the band, the documentary. Successful? Or does it fail like common people do?

Film Review
3 Jul 2014
The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed Out Of The Window And Disappeared (2014)
Historical and hysterical dark comedy from Sweden.

Film Review
27 Jun 2014
Stations of the Cross (Kreuzweg [2014])
A story filmed using only fourteen long shots, from director Dietrich Brüggemann.

Film Review
26 Jun 2014
Garnet's Gold (2014)
A fascinating and moving documentary from director Ed Perkins.

Film Review
25 Jun 2014
Coherence and the Infinite Man
Nathanael Smith reports on two low-budget sci-fi films screening at Edinburgh

DVD Review
23 Jun 2014
Pluto (2012)
High school horrors created by clandestine school societies.

Film Review
20 Jun 2014
N: The Madness of Reason (2014)
A dream without borders, a spiritual odyssey through West Africa

Film Review
19 Jun 2014
Medeas (2013)
Nathanael Smith reviews Medeas, showing at the Edinburgh Film Festival

Festival Preview
16 Jun 2014
Edinburgh International Film Festival
Nathanael Smith is looking forward to an eclectic programme at Edinburgh's International Film Festival.

Festival Review
15 Jun 2014
Sydney Film Festival Roundup
Christine Westwood reports from Sydney's Film Festival

Film Review
12 Jun 2014
T.S. Spivet (The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet (2014))
Jean-Pierre Jeunet returns with a fantastical fantasy adventure of a child scientist.

Film Review
5 Jun 2014
Fruitvale Station (2014)
Award-winning début film from Ryan Coogler is a powerful work based upon the true life and horrific death of Oscar Grant.

Film Review
3 Jun 2014
Cheap Thrills (2014)
Cash for dares in black comedy Cheap Thrills. Can you afford to see it?

DVD Review
31 May 2014
Re-Animator (1985)
Resurrected from the vault of censored horror humour of the 1980's there's bloody fun to be had with the splatterfest Re-Animator.

Film Review
7 May 2014
The Wind Rises (Kaze Tachinu [2013])
Art and aeronautical engineering embrace in a tragic romantic drama – Hayao Miyazaki's first non-fantasy film and last ever (honest) anime.

DVD Review
1 May 2014
Ilo Ilo (2013)
The feature debut from Singapore writer director Anthony Chen is a social and family drama.

Film Review
13 Apr 2014
The Story of Yonosuke (Yokomichi Yonosuke [2013])
Cheers and tears abound in a distinctly human story from Shûichi Okita.

Film Review
11 Apr 2014
The King and the Mockingbird (Le roi et l'oiseau [1980])
A welcome revival of an animated classic that is somewhere between 35 and 65 years old.

DVD Review
23 Mar 2014
Shady (Kashikoi inu wa hoezuni warau [2012])
Ryohei Watanabe's debut feature is an utterly engaging work of school shock filmed on a miniscule budget but with maximum return.

DVD Review
9 Mar 2014
The Lady Assassin (My Nhan Ke - Mỹ nhân kế [2013])
Martial arts, drama, sport and comedy offer an entertaining combination in The Lady Assassin, the hugely successful Vietnamese action film.

DVD Review
6 Mar 2014
Calcutta Taxi (2012)
A thought-provoking short film written, directed and produced by Indian born Canadian filmmaker Vikram Dasgupta.

Film Review
16 Feb 2014
Only Lovers Left Alive (2014)
Swinton! Hiddleston! Jarmusch! Vampires! Swoon!

Film Review
12 Feb 2014
Her (2014)
A man falls in love with his OS in Spike Jonze's quirky, distinct and lovely sci-fi rom-com.

Film Review
6 Feb 2014
Brother (Brat 1997)
A retrospective of Russian director Alexei Balabanov is just part of the films at KinoKlub, a new series of Russian cinema screenings, thanks to Academia Rossica.





 


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