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Danny – Sheffield Doc/Fest 2019 Review

What is one spurred to do when facing their own mortality? Co-directors Aaron Zeghers & Lewis Bennett evoke this question throughout Danny: a flawed, if immensely personal, 50-minute documentary compiled...
Irene's Ghost

Irene’s Ghost – LFF 2018 review

Most of us have relatives we hardly remember – an aunt, cousin or grandparent dead before we were born or when we were too young to form lasting memories. And although an impression is made, their memory...
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Crimson Peak – Review

When you think of skin-crawlingly sinister yet emotionally hefty cinema, the first name that springs to mind is undoubtedly veteran auteur Guillermo del Toro and his stylistic masterpiece Pan's...

This Is Where I Leave You – Review

Family, eh? Ya gotta love 'em. Even when your wife is cheating on you with your boss, your mother’s demanding you home for seven days, your sister won't stop bleating advice and one of your brothers has a...

Mistaken for Strangers – Review

Mistaken for Strangers is a tale of two siblings rather than your usual hedonistic rock doc. Tom Berninger’s lo-fi filming strips away all glamour and lays bare the mundanity behind any success. The...

Nebraska – Review

Nebraska has a destination, but Alexander Payne is in no hurry to get us there. His new movie ambles along gently; clippity-clopping towards its pot of gold, while it gazes back into the past. Its strength...